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  1. Thought it would be interesting to see how many cruises anyone has had canceled due to the pandemic. Can be any cruise line but since this is a Regent board should include at least one Regent Cruise. My cruise on the Mariner last Oct was canceled and rebooked for this Dec.(which by the grace of God will sail). Besides this, five other cruises were canceled on Seabourn, Celebrity, Crystal, Oceania and Windstar. 6 total. Took FCC only on Regent, all others have been refunded. I don’t think the experience will ever be the same again.
  2. Until people in my state of Florida are required to do the right thing to mitigate against this virus, wear masks and social distance, we cannot expect to get this pandemic under control. This is guidance from the CDC, and WHO and is not political. Our rising Covid numbers and deaths here in Florida IMHO reflect poorly on the leadership in our state for choosing not to heed the advice of the infectious disease experts.
  3. Well, it’s just that some of us really love to cruise and perhaps against our better judgement still hope we can do so again soon. This would be the fourth cruise this year that I have canceled or had canceled. Celebrity Eclipse in March, Seabourn Ovation in May, and Regent Seven Seas Mariner in Oct. Fortunate not to have lost any money in any of these cruises and don’t intend to with this crystal cruise either. Two cruise booked for next April and Dec. Time will tell.
  4. Put Me On A Ship, in the words of the great jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin : Don’t worry, be happy! My July 4th 2021 cruise on the Pride has been cancelled, as was my March 30th Celebrity cruise on the Eclipse and May 9th cruise on Seabourn Ovation. I still have one cruise left booked for Oct on the Regent Mariner which they haven’t canceled yet but I will cancel before final payment is due. No cruising for us likely until 2022 when hopefully all is back to as normal as possible. I intend just to not worry any more about cruising, be happy and stay safe.
  5. Why of course I meant March 30th. An honest mistake that anyone would understand. But perhaps you’ve never made a mistake in your life. Mr. Perfect.
  6. Carnival Corp. delays announcement about further cruise cancellations until May 30th. What are these clowns waiting for? Is Micky Arison hoping Trump will bail him out over the weekend? Cowards the lot of them!
  7. Shame on Mr. Del Rio and his smarmy, sleazy lot of executives at Norwegian cruise holdings.
  8. OK. Carnival has officially canceled cruise operations in Australia until May 15th. Therefore they must soon announce similar cancellations for their US and Europe operations, would they not? Then their Seabourn division would follow suit and a new world order will be established (at least til May!) And finally my med cruise will be cancelled! May the force be with the rest of you shipmates whose cruises are being held hostage by this virus.
  9. And can you all believe that Seabourn is still allowing bookings and taking payments on their web site for Alaska cruises in May and June even though Canada has closed all ports through July 1st. What a travesty! Have they no shame!
  10. Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain has posted a video on the RC blog site, which he made from his home on his I-Phone, shortly after announcing earlier this week RC’s extended worldwide cruise cancellations for all its cruise lines into May and for Alaska into July. You should all, especially the seabourn homies posting here, take a look at it. This is how a cruise line head honcho should communicate with their consumers during this difficult time. If only the Seabourn and Carnival Corp. executives could be so honest and straightforward with us. I am still waiting for SB to cancel my May med c
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