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  1. The prospect of that is awful, but they recently sold a large stake of the company to the Saudi's who are worth Trillions. They have friends with deep pockets, so they will probably be ok.
  2. I wonder why you can search/book on travel agent sites but not on Carnival's site?
  3. I dont know if cancellations would make way for new bookings. I would think so. But I really think that no cruises will sail until 2021.
  4. We did too. Re-booked for September 2021. Not happy about that at all, but really I could have much bigger problems.
  5. This is one of the greatest mysteries on the globe, but when this happened to me my cruise was cancelled a few weeks later. Personally, I think all of the cruise lines should stick in fork in 2020. This "cancel an inch at a time" is exhausting. 😞
  6. Has anyone ever had a balcony on the Magic on the Lido deck? Was it noisy or otherwise undesirable?
  7. Wow, that's like Calculus, lol. Thanks for sharing this option!
  8. Mine is a big mess. I selected the option of a 100% FCC after my July cruise was cancelled. I got $300 in FCC and over $1000 refunded. (???) They said its because I asked for it to be done that way. I didn't. The FCC form doesn't even give you that option. So now I have to wait until who knows when for the refund to go back to my card and then turn around and call Carnival and give the money right back to them. Its stupid. And, I had to pay a new deposit for each cabin! I know this is a minor annoyance; people are dealing with bigger issues today. But I just thought that the whole proces
  9. Did anyone have to re-pay the deposit when booking with a FCC? That doesn't make any sense---if I have a credit why not just make it easy and just use the credit??
  10. Do you get a Personal Vacation Planner when you call 1-800-Carnival? I am trying to re-book with my FCC from my recently cancelled cruise. Although they are really nice, and patient, they seem to be confused and not really able to easily help. I have always heard everyone sing praises of using a PVP, so is this how you reach them??
  11. I had to call them and ask. You're right; it's not posted. My understanding of what I got from speaking with them is that sailings through September allow you to cancel for a FCC up to 30 days prior to sail date. They may have extended this past September at this point, since I last spoke to them right before the latest round of cancellations.
  12. But doesn't it seem like the reduced capacity policy is speculation? I saw where they were "throwing it out there." But unlike the firmly stated policy surrounding cancellations, extra cleaning, etc, they have never come right out and said they are doing this. That's what I am trying to find. Otherwise, how can we "socially distance" on a ship?
  13. I think so, but I dont think that the treat of the virus will be gone.
  14. Good point. And I guess it's a crap shoot for them. They may have to refund "some" money, not all, some will rebook, and if the order is rescinded before 100 days then they will already have passengers ready to go.
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