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  1. Despite the OP's distess and dilemma... a refreshing change of topic from the complaining about cancellations, COVID and not being able to cruise as often as we'd like.
  2. All very good points... it all depends on the personalities and maturity levels of the parties involved. Please keep us posted as to what you decide and hope you're able to enjoy the rest of your cruise.
  3. If it's at all possible to get away from him into your own separate room, that might be best to help clear your head and give you some space and perspective. I'm personally a big fan of "pulling the bandaid off fast" and clearing the air so you can get started on healing. Keeping it to yourself for 2 days sounds toxic, but different strokes for different folks. Being honest and bringing it into the sunlight sounds like the best recipe for having a good last couple of days and moving on... at least it would for me. Best of luck with however you choose to handle it... an awful situation to be in. PS And hopefully you can change your seat on the flight home.
  4. I wish... it was amazing experience the three times we did it. Great evenings!
  5. Did you have your meeting yet? Did anything change with those irresponsible smokers as a result?
  6. Yes... 19028 is the same size as 19025 but on the other side of the ship. Thanks again for sharing the image of that specific room type. I think you are the first to do so.
  7. Thanks for the photo... I'm in 19028 in Nov and was very curious as to how the wider cabins differed from the narrower ones. Much appreciated!
  8. It's definitely not clear. We just dealt with this 5 days ago with CVS and did not upload or text photos of our insurance cards and were able to make the appointments with no problem. My husband just had to give them his card at CVS at the time of the test so they could get the information on the spot... and as I had already had a test with them a few months ago, they never even asked me for mine as they already had it in their system. Hope this info helps.
  9. When life hands you lemons, make shots of lemonade. I'll have to look into that the next time I'm there. Hope you have just as much fun the second time around! 😀
  10. That sounds like a hoot! What port was that in?
  11. Thank you so much for this post!
  12. This is probably why I was able to get my second FCC as I had applied the first one already and my account was empty. Neither of the cancellation letters I received mentioned this crappy little trick and it's a really lousy move on NCL's part. "Special rules"? Really? I shouldn't be surprised...
  13. I just finished battling with them via e-mail and finally get my second FCC as I had two cancelled sailings. They kept saying I had already gotten it and had already applied it to another cruise until I had pointed out that I had had two cruises cancelled within 1-1/2 months of each other. I DID receive the FCC from my first cancelled cruise and HAD applied it... but despite my supplying all the details of the second cancellation, they skimmed over my e-mail ignoring the specifics and claimed that I had already gotten my 10% FCC and did not dig any deeper. So, I sent customer service copies of BOTH cruise cancellation letters along with other supporting info like reservation numbers and the validity dates of the first FCCs and they finally "got it". My second FCC showed up almost immediately. If you're missing any FCCs, I suggest you pursue e-mailing customer service with copies of each cancellation letter and the cancelled reservation numbers they pertain too along with an explanation of how many FCCs you're missing and which cancelled cruises you're missing them for. It is clear to me that my second FCC was never going to be automatically put into my account if I had not gone after it.
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