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disneylover89

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  1. Yep, that's why I got a refund instead of a FCC. They lost my trust.
  2. When you book through a travel agency, NCL will not talk with you directly, ever, everything goes through the travel agency. Why would the poster think the refund would be any different especially when the travel agency said they would handle it?
  3. This happened to me, they changed my final payment date to April for my July cruise (in early March) and then a week later changed the final payment date back to March. When I called to complain they told me that I could have the extra 30 days to pay in full but if I decided not to go, I would lose my deposit. I did not like the way they kept switching things up and with no notice so I just cancelled and got my money back.
  4. Can you see through the window into the bathroom from the balcony?
  5. I cancelled my cruise on March 26 and I got back my deposit refund on 2 cabins on April 18. I am happy and surprised.
  6. You can still book a May16th cruise to Alaska on the website even though Canadian ports are closed until July 1st and Seattle ports are closed. You can not book Alaskan cruises with any other company until July 1st. NCL has no ethics what so ever. It's disgusting.
  7. Did you get your refund yet? Still waiting on mine and curious if other people are getting theirs
  8. Don't you worry your pretty little head about me saving some time, I will stay on this board or any other board as long as I want. Other cruise lines are afraid of going bankrupt and they have morals and a care for their customers. They're not trying to sell them goods they know they can't make good on. If that's the kind of company you want to deal with, so be it. Not me.
  9. Really? Is this the time to do this? Shouldn't they be trying to attract passengers? - NCL is the last to cancel cruises they know are not happening. - NCL is still booking cruises to Alaska for May even though they know they are not possible. Carnival and Royal are not booking Alaska cruises until July sail dates - NCL changes the PIF dates for July cruises to 90 days and then changes it back to 120 days and never informs their customers - NCL takes months to refund their customers money -NCL has offered customers 125% fcc but raised their cruise fares by 150% -NCL takes away perks at a time they should be attracting customers. Who the hell runs this company? Are they trying to bankrupt it? I haven't cruised with NCL since 2004, I was looking forward to try them again but after all this, I will never cruise with them. They left a very bad taste in my mouth. Too many other options out there
  10. I think you need to go back and read all the posts from the OP. I believe you missed a few
  11. I can understand why NCL cancelled the cruise and had people disembark but there is 2 things NCL handled very badly. 1- Not providing free transportation to the airport for people whose cruise was cancelled and 2- Telling people they would be reimbursed for their flight changes and then not following through. The more I read about how NCL treats their customers the more I am glad I got out of my cruise to Alaska before I paid in full. When I book my Alaska cruise next year, it will not be with NCL.
  12. NCL told me yesterday they are dealing with cancellations 30 days at a time. I believe right now cruises are cancelled until 4/11 so I would not plan on hearing of other cancellations until then.
  13. Don't bother arguing. He/She doesn't get it. Bottom line is yes, NCL changed the date and you now have 30 days less for final payment then you thought and there is nothing you (and me) can do about it
  14. The point is, PIF went from 120 days to 90 days to 120 days. NCL does what ever the hell it wants. Enough people here confirmed that.
  15. No, she did not get the dates wrong. At one point, right before the Peace of Mind came out, all cruises for June and July had PIF dates changed from 120 days to 90 days. I have a July 25 cruise booked and PIF dates went from March 27 to April 26 and now it is back to March 27. No notice given until I received a payment due e-mail. NCL does what ever the hell they want.
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