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  1. Hi thanks there terms seem to say cancellation 53 days or more out leads to loss of deposit. I wonder if they’d let me transfer to a Europe itinerary or a 2023 sailing date? I’ll ring viva voyage tomorrow - love how these things always come up on Sunday ! rob
  2. Surely we’d lose the deposit wouldn’t we?
  3. Hi all we are booked back to back next year from Miami on the Seashore. We had booked both cruises through viva voyage in a grand suite with about 4K GBP owing in each cruise. We have paid 440GBP deposit on each. We have now decided to buy a new house and will complete next summer (brilliant timing!). rather than cancel (cause we can’t by the house and do the 8k on the cabin as well) we wondered about switching to a less expensive cabin like a balcony. does anyone know if I can change to a less expensive cabin after booking and if so what, if any, fees would be involved? thanks rob
  4. My booking from Rome on Seaview now changed to Genoa on June 5 NAR so pending cancellation. I wonder if they will offer a different ship or itinerary or just a refund? Comms isn’t great is it? Found out from this forum first , then a random change on my MSc page - still nothing from the agent
  5. Hi all I realize I’m not on my own but I’m after a bit of advice. We were due to cruise on the seaview from Rome on July 25th. we booked through an agent with a 400 pound deposit on our cabin and 200 on my parent’s im told that we may get our deposit back as 123% FCC? If so is this usable only on new bookings or can you knock money off another existing one? I’ve a couple of cruises booked from Miami next august and would just rather knock the FCC off the balance due on those ? cheers rob
  6. MSC have confirmed to me today that seaview is relocating to Northern Europe so my sailing won’t go ahead. MSC UK don’t yet know what the result will be but they say my agent will be informed. I note the seaside is cruising from Rome 3 days earlier but we can’t travel on that so I’d imagine we will just be refunded
  7. Thanks - do you I’ll be able to knock the amount off one of the cruises I’ve already booked or is it at time of booking only ?
  8. Thanks very much. If I’ve only paid deposit do I just get that back or is that considered as cruise credit ? rob
  9. From the uk. If they require vaccinated passengers only we are die because of the kids (blatant age discrimination) ive just heard the ship is now sailing Northern Europe ! rob
  10. Thanks - in a bizarre twist I read another thread saying my ship is now cruising Northern Europe for the summer !
  11. I was booked on the Seaview out of Rome on July 25th. What on earth !! Haven’t heard anything
  12. Hi all I realize I’m not on my own but I’m after a bit of advice. We were due to cruise on the seaview from Rome on July 25th. There’s me, my wife and two kids in a two bedroom suite and my parents in a balcony. we booked through an agent with a 400 deposit on ours and 200 on my parents. Our payment due date is coming up next month and im not confident the cruise will go ahead. That said if I cancel we lose our deposit. If I pay the full balance I’m tying up 4K I could use for another holiday if the cruise didn’t then go ahead. I’m also concerned that I may book flights which go ahead but the cruise doesn’t. I think we’d all be happy with a credit note toward a future cruise (we’ve got two msc cruises booked in 2022) any thoughts or ideas much appreciated rob
  13. Hi all a bit of advice. We were due to cruise on the seaview from Rome on July 25th. There’s me, my wife and two kids in a two bedroom suite and my parents in a balcony. we booked through an agent with a 400 deposit on ours and 200 on my parents. Our payment due date is coming up next month and im not confident the cruise will go ahead. That said if I cancel we lose our deposit. If I pay the full balance I’m tying up 4K I could use for another holiday if the cruise didn’t then go ahead. I’m also concerned that I may book flights which go ahead but the cruise doesn’t. I think we’d all be happy with a credit note toward a future cruise (we’ve got two msc cruises booked in 2022) any thoughts or ideas much appreciated rob
  14. Thanks for all the advice. Well I booked the two MSc cruises. Strangely on my MSc page it shows the first as ‘booked’ but the second as ‘on option’. Does anyone know what that means ? rob
  15. i can book two 7 nights from miami on the seashore for around £9k in a one bed grand suite or two 7nts on the carnival vista from galveston in a family harbor suite for £6k. Prefer the ports on the msc cruise and flights from the uk a little easier to miami (though quite cheap to houston if i fly via amsterdam) kids are 9 and 4 - any thoughts from a family holiday perspective? 3k difference is tempting Rob
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