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Grillfish

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    Volusia County, Florida
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Istanbul TU, St Petersburg RU

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  1. When Carnival cancelled the Legend cruises, I applied to get my deposit back, $400. I didn't make any payments to the cruise itself. Today I got the $400 credited back to my credit card. I feel lucky got 100% back what I purchased via Carnival's website. Now, dealing with Florida unemployment for my wife is another story.
  2. In case this helps... I had a cruise from London on the Legend at the end of June. I cancelled all my booked excursions, $1100, with Carnival on March 15th. via online. I got a full refund yesterday back to my credit card. So little less than 2 months.
  3. Just saw it in my email as well. I was on the Legend out of London at the end of June ending in Barcelona. I cancelled before final payment was due (March 30th), so maybe I'll get back the $400 deposit and may have other options. Then have to deal with transatlantic Delta flights as well. Stay healthy.
  4. Gov had some long explanation (maybe sound tough with no recourse), but if you don't notify folks before they get on a flight, folks in for a surprise. Weird times. Stay healthy everyone.
  5. Not sure how long as this started last night, but if you are flying down to FL from the Tri-state area, you go into a mandatory self-quarantine. "Starting today, passengers arriving into FL from the New York Tri-State area (Connecticut, New Jersey and New York) must self-quarantine for 14 days due to COVID-19, according to @GovRonDeSantis Executive Order.For more details and exemptions: https://*****/3bnShVu".
  6. Here is the email I received for my uncle's trip we cancelled down to FL this pass week. Additional Flexibility if You Need to Adjust Your Travel Plans With the unprecedented cancellations of events and foreign countries issuing travel restrictions, we understand your travel plans may change. So, we have made additional changes to our already very flexible policies. • If you decide not to travel, as long as you cancel your flight before its departure, the funds used to pay for a nonrefundable ticket are nor
  7. My sister and her family live in Anchorage and all the small mom and pop shops are not ramping up purchases just yet. They are crossing their fingers travel and tourists will start arriving this spring/summer, but worried it wont. As they say, as oil goes, so does Alaska and right now, both oil and tourism are hurting.
  8. "Those currently onboard a cruise that will end in the next five days will continue to sail as expected through the end of the itinerary so that onward travel arrangements are not disrupted. Current voyages that are underway and extend beyond March 17 will be ended at the most convenient location for guests, factoring in operational requirements. Princess will do everything possible to return each guest home with the greatest amount of care possible." Current cruises for Princess, may not end where you were support to debark. Going to be operational and logistical nightmare.
  9. I'm in the same situation, sailing end of June out of Dover as well. My final payment is due March 30th. I'm waiting until that day to decide and see if they adjust their policy, hoping to hear something sooner.
  10. From Twitter today..... Florida Dept. Health‏Verified account @HealthyFla 2h2 hours ago More DOH has identified 3 cases of #COVID19 who work at Port Everglades. Individuals experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 who recently traveled through Port Everglades should self-isolate until healthy and contact their healthcare provider prior to seeking care.
  11. I have a cruise end of June out of London. Will make my final payment on the due date and then go from there. But this came in today from Twitter. Florida Dept. Health‏Verified account @HealthyFla 2h2 hours ago More DOH has identified 3 cases of #COVID19 who work at Port Everglades. Individuals experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 who recently traveled through Port Everglades should self-isolate until healthy and contact their healthcare provider prior to seeking care.
  12. Thanks, Jimbo. My wife and I are cruising on the Legend out of Dover at the end of June. Your reviews and pics were much appreciated.
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