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techappl

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About techappl

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Scotland
  • Interests
    guitar computers windsurfing
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL, Princess, Island Cruises
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Greek Islands
  1. The points you have all made are appreciated. But here's the thing. I have lost almost 2 years validity from my CruiseNext certificate, bought in good faith at the time to have a 4 year validity, because NCL cruises have not been available for almost a year are not available now, or likely to be soon, in all reality. I usually book about 4 weeks ahead of sailing. Why would I take a blind shot in the dark and book up to the end of 2022 by the end of this year with so many unknowns in the mix? Companies go bust, countries change who they allow into their ports, the Covid states of some count
  2. I received this from NCL on 10 February: "I am proud to announce an extension for all active Future Cruise Credits, CruiseNext and CruiseFirst certificates that currently have an expiry date prior to December 31, 2021. This extension now adjusts the ‘book by’ date for these credits and certificates until December 31, 2021, all while remaining towards any sailings through December 31, 2022 or original sailing date on your certificate, if later. Harry Sommer President & CEO Norwegian Cruise Line" I have a CruiseNext certificate expiring in October 2021. So in thes
  3. Good to know that they can be extended with a call. However I am not booking any cruises until the vaccine is available and proven!
  4. That's good news for you Ifox02, thanks for sharing. Now, given that none of us can go on NCL cruises probably for the next few months at least, what are NCL doing about extending CruiseNext certificates in general? Or will they let them expire, having already taken our money? Step up to the plate, NCL, and do the right thing by your loyal customers!
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