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wesport

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    Fort Lauderdale
  • Interests
    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    HAL, Princess, Seabourn
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Mediterranean

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  1. Disappointing week for refunds. Hopefully this week will be better.
  2. You are correct. I was a manager in retail for 36 years, and when we got a dispute, we dropped everything to respond to the dispute. With that being said, I understand the reasoning behind why people did this. I sent an email to the owner of the TA I use, and his generic response was that Seabourn is not acting like a luxury cruise line and asked for my patience.
  3. I would do a Caribbean cruise. We wouldn't get off the ship. Live on the balcony, do room service, dine at the Pinnacle every night. A seven day getaway sounds good to me.
  4. It was released from Chris Austin VP of Sales and Marketing, so I guess there is someone at the helm.
  5. Just read a press release from Seabourn. Seems that if you book a cruise by 7/31/20 for any sailing through 12/31/2021, you can cancel up to 30 days before embarkation and get an FCC. Also, they have a best price guarantee. In the past, I have found Seabourn to be very flexible when your category of suite price is lowered. I think if they sped up their refunds from this year, a majority of us would book another cruise next year. Had to get that in.
  6. Congrats! Good to see some come through for us in the US. seems like 60 days is the time frame.
  7. So it looks like no one got anything this week. Disappointing to say the least. Would be nice if a few at the very beginning got their refund.
  8. Someone at Princess is listening. They still have a president.
  9. I have two emails confirming my refund will take up to 60 days. One from my TA and one directly from Seabourn. My 60 days is up 6/2, so I will wait until then. I will then reach out to my TA who will call Seabourn. Will make my decision as to whether to dispute at that point. I know its always best to reach out to the merchant to make it right, but we shall see.
  10. It is only May, and I see hundreds of people at bars throughout the United States. Hundreds of people at beaches throughout the United States. IMHO, I hope Seabourn sticks to their schedule of sailing at the end of this year with new health protocols in place. I have been on only three Seabourn cruises, but never remember any area being so crowded(except for the champagne and caviar party), where you couldn't social distance. To the best of my knowledge, I don't believe there was any instance of covid-19 on a Seabourn ship. Now, a lot will depends on what ports are open, but its so sad to see the cruise lines virtually going out of business as the United States gets back to business. Again, just my opinion.
  11. On the HAL talk list, someone talked to an associate that said the end of June was her last day. Hopefully a window.
  12. I saw that. No Obc yet
  13. Same with me. Transaction date is 4/3 but posted on 5/13.Just for an excursion.
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