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okiedrifters

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About okiedrifters

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    Alabama
  • Interests
    Traveling, cooking, needle crafts
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    RCCL, HAL, Princess & Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Any & All!

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  1. Just received notification from Celebrity that our 12-27 cruise out of FFL has been cancelled. My notification said all sailings from the US cancelled through 12-31. So disappointing, it expected.
  2. No, I haven’t booked airfare yet. Although my hubby is a pilot and we fly non-revenue space available for free, when we cruise, I always buy tickets just to make we get there😅. I’m waiting for the next round of cancellations before buying tickets. We are hoping this one gets to sail, but cautiously optimistic!
  3. Just saw this...we are booked on a late September out of San Juan....not sure it will sail, but if it does, I know what to expect upon arrival. https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/puerto-rico-to-demand-covid-19-test-results-from-arriving-passengers?fbclid=IwAR2kIaCCg-1o6aG1dR7otq1c9ewKV2BGCNLI_IVxAZUbKnZsWFt692M8qEI
  4. A bit of positive news... We cancelled our June cruise on March 13, before final pay date. Our refund for deposits to 2 cabins was on my CC today. Also, our prepaid internet package was refunded within a couple of days of cancelling our cruise. Thank you RCCL for doing what you said you would do and when you set sail again, we will be waiting to board!
  5. Check clubroyaleoffers.com as both hubby’s and mine was there when I checked today. No email, just on link above. I bet yours will be there or coming soon!
  6. Agreed! I love seas days and would do a “cruise to nowhere” in a heartbeat!
  7. This 7 night Sept sailing to Barbados from SJU has NO sea days. I am hoping it will change, but if not, we will simply stay onboard as for the other ports we have been to multiple times.
  8. Wow! That was an awesome deal....congrats! We are also very happy to have a “replacement” cruise booked for September...we had to cancel our early summer cruise from Barcelona with our granddaughters but will rebook it for next summer. Our September cruise is something we are really looking forward to, and somewhat replaces the disappointment of our cancelled summer cruise. We love to cruise and appreciate the comp offers RCCL extends to us. Comps give us an opportunity to fill the gaps in our regular cruising plans, and more to spend onboard and in the casino.
  9. We actually have 3 offers currently, but not one that is for ANY destination...maybe it will still come. What is interesting is we are “loyal to royal” (D+) but have sailed with Carnival twice in the past 20 years. The last being 3 years ago with an invite from our son and his family. We received an offer today from Carnival, for a free balcony, free drinks package, several hundred dollars free play, with a 3rd and 4th guest sailing for $10 each! It’s just the two us, but it was a very nice offer...actually better than most of the offers we get from RCL! To be honest, after the f
  10. We just booked a late September Caribbean this week. We cancelled our Med/ Greek Isles that was to sail in June. I am sure it would have been cancelled anyway as it was sailing from Barcelona. Just hoping before September that ships will be sailing again and our country and our people recovering from this epidemic.
  11. After thinking about this and wondering why we haven’t received this offer.... Perhaps it is because we are already booked on another cruise, so they know we are coming back? Just a thought... but, I keep hoping for this offer too 😉
  12. I agree! Thanks for the response!
  13. And, I am hoping they change again! 😅 I am praying the world will have recovered enough that we can sail...to anywhere! Thanks for the response, we always can rely on your expertise info and advice!
  14. It is a southern Carib, and we have been to all of the ports except Barbados several times. Not once on any of our Caribbean cruises have we had ports everyday. I love sea days, and would do a cruise to “nowhere” any time! We will definitely stay onboard for some of the ports, and for others, shop with local merchants we have gotten to know on our previous voyages. Barbados is the one port we have missed in the Caribbean and it is the only reason we decided to book this cruise. That being said, I am well aware that ports can, and often do, change. It’s always an adventure!
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