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About mimip

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  • Location
    Sarasota, Florida
  • Interests
    traveling, reading, biking, our grandkids
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Azamara, RCCL, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    love them all

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  1. I was the one who discussed “Fit to Sail” letters but specifically said that they were a requirement of Celebrity, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian. Never did I see it in reference to Princess.
  2. When searching for information on this topic, I was directed to this site. It has been very helpful, even though I am not booked on Princess. So very sorry.
  3. No, we are on Celebrity, which requires this letter, downloaded from their site. Norwegian has one too, but it is not so detailed. I have spoken to Celebrity and have been told they do not know how long their requirement will last. And no, the CDC did not order this. It was the cruise line that put it in place.
  4. Yes, many people are just struggling to eat and keep a roof over their heads. So this is minor in the scheme of things.
  5. Sorry. Had only seen the 100 days, not the whole CDC order with starting date.
  6. We are booked July 31st to Alaska. Our deposit is nonrefundable (something I neglected to make note of). We can apply it to FCC. However, if the 70+ doctor’s letter is still required, we will not be able to use it as my husband is 70 with has well controlled diabetes. That doesn’t seem fair.
  7. The government is requiring the cruise lines to come up with some safeguards. The letter for those 70+ is one that some of the lines have instituted. I can’t find out how long this requirement will last. If it is permanent, many of us will not be cruising. I have no issues but my husband has diabetes. We have three cruises booked in 2020, and our March one was cancelled (thankful for that).
  8. I found Celebrity’s form on their website. Norwegian also has their form posted.
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