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Wayfairers

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About Wayfairers

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About Me

  • Location
    Florida
  • Interests
    Travel, read, crochet, painting, genealogy
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Holland America
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Everywhere

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  1. I agree, carry on is the only way for us to travel too - easier to travel by train, ferry, bus, local transport and you can carry your luggage on/off cruise ships. When you island hop in Greece, are there ferries there too?
  2. I’ve looked into gulet cruising some. Love the idea of a smaller boat and getting dinner on land. The wife of the other couple going with us gets motion sick easily so the small size of these boats are a concern plus their 17 year old son is traveling with them and I don’t know if any of these boats will have cabins for 3. I hadn’t found one with 20 cabins....that might be an option. I just did a quick google search for the larger gulets and found several. Thanks!
  3. Thanks for the info....I’ve checked Ponant and the dates don’t work with our schedule. Never heard of Noble Caledonia, I will check them out.
  4. What an interesting idea....going to check this out. Thanks so much for the information. I never considered ferry hopping!
  5. Thank you. We’ve seen Windstar ships in Venice and wanted to sail with them. I have wondered how often they actually use the sails. Appreciate the info you shared.
  6. We are thinking of taking a Dalmatian Coast Cruise (Croatia) next year. Does anyone have a cruise company recommendation?
  7. Daniel’s Taxi Tours is great
  8. I’ve been told that you have to show proof you still own the stock every year after the annual shareholder meeting.
  9. I hadn’t heard this. Thanks for the information. This will be our first time dealing with FCC so I am learning a lot.
  10. This was on the March 6 letter I received from HAL....have I missed a change to the dates? Any cancellation will receive a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) for the amount of your cancellation fee, which can be used for another cruise in 2020 or 2021. The FCC must be booked by December 31, 2020. This applies to bookings on spring 2020 Land+Sea Journeys and cruises for all destinations.
  11. I’ve wondered the same thing. Never had FCC before.
  12. Sorry about the previous two posts. Something went wrong with the first one and I wasn’t able to add text and the 2nd one I quoted the wrong post. Ugh anyway, I’ve wondered what the cruise line response will be because it could go either way. They could easily keep people in limbo thinking the CDC will lift the no sail.
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