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  1. I lift and shifted 5 spring break 2020 Royal sailing's last dec just prior to final payment due date and before they cancelled March sailings.
  2. Cruise lines can ask whatever they want right now.....BUT one thing to remember...NOTHING is sailing;) and that's probably not changing anytime soon.
  3. Of course they aren't going to keep cruising at a level 4 forever. But for now it's the CDC's way of saying politics aside we don't recommend anyone to sail. I guess it got it's message across since all cruise lines cancelled sailings through Feb/March
  4. Agree that politics got in the way of the CDC no sail order being extended well into 2021...however I think that the CDC has also been pretty clear as of late what their real opinion of cruising is: CDC has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice with a clear recommendation to avoid all cruise travel due to ongoing spread of COVID-19 and the increased risk of person-to-person spread of infectious diseases on cruise ships.
  5. Exactly .....come on...you know darn well there isn't going to be any of the big ships (or probably any ships) sailing the Caribbean March/April...yet they are selling them. IMHO thats a very grey way of doing business.
  6. Thats not an apples to apples. If you are saying that the vaccine is the light at the end of the tunnel for cruising....then you darn well know that the majority, if not ALL, of these sailings they currently are marketing for March-June aren't going to sail.
  7. Fain Now Says Vaccines, Not New Protocols Will Allow Cruising To Restart Well then they might as well just bite the bullet, stand behind their words and cancel all cruises till 3rd quarter of 2021....cause thats going to be the time frame it's going to take for most of us to get vaccinated. Why are they still selling spring break sailings when we know thats never going to happen.
  8. Well this didn't take long.....UUUgghhhhhhhh A passenger on SeaDream Yacht Club’s SeaDream 1 has tested positive for COVID19 on a preliminary basis, the captain of the vessel, Torbjorn Lund, announced in a shipwide intercom address shortly after noon on Wednesday. Lund asked all passengers to return to their cabins, where they would be isolated. Nonessential crew also would isolate immediately, he said.'
  9. Carnival actually didn't "cancel" cruises more than 7 days....they just stopped selling them through Oct 2021...."It is worth noting that these voyages, while closed for new bookings, are not cancelled at this time. Existing reservations on these longer itineraries remain valid at this point.
  10. Port Canaveral isn't so optimistic. https://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2020/08/27/port-canaveral-florida-no-cruises-until-next-year.html
  11. You comment has me cracking up....lol Whats the deal...I can tell you from living here in FL that life has started back up a few months ago...I don't know anyone that hasn't had their hair cut...dyed..nails done or been out shopping yet. So why is Richard who thinks cruises are going to sail in Nov still pent up in his basement giving videos?!?!?!?!
  12. I think you will be lucky to see any substance to cruising at all till mid to late 2021. Many major companies are already announcing they don't see an office life happening again till spring of 2021 at earliest.
  13. With social distancing i don't think more than 4 people would be able to use that pool at one time. If anything they need a bigger pool. I don't know what they were thinking about with a pool that size.
  14. I heard they r going in for 2 week retrofit...making changes already to the ship and creating a more "social distancing" friendly atmosphere.
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