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  1. The financial, medical and civil penalties, not only with the cruise line, but with all governing authorities for lying and perjury are not worth falsifying one's vaccination status.......
  2. It is indeed frustrating. I'd be interested in knowing which cruise was cancelled and the ship chartered (and to whom if you know).
  3. I for one will not sail in a "leftover" cabin - especially after having been booked for year(s)!
  4. You are so right. We have many trips with friends in conjunction with our cruise as well as many subsequent cruises and trips. Exponentially devastating, especially with the open world, for so many.
  5. forgot about that - so just getting a cancellation is a day or two delayed - oh my!
  6. Why would HAL cancel your TA? Are they taking it to the US earlier?
  7. SEATTLE, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- While Holland America Line continues to work with governments and port authorities in correlation with the phased resumption of cruising, it is canceling the remainder of the summer 2021 European sailings aboard two ships, Nieuw Statendam and Volendam. This affects cruises that were scheduled to depart from September through November, along with the Collectors' Voyages (combined cruises) associated with those departures. In addition, after an expected on-schedule delivery from the Fincantieri shipyard July 30, Rotterdam will remain in
  8. Couple stuck on cruise to start pandemic, booked on cruise for next month Mollie LairWARREN COUNTY, Ohio — A Warren County couple spent the first few weeks of the pandemic stuck in their room on a cruise ship. Now, they're ready to set sail again. Rob and Andrea Anderson said they didn't overthink it. They booked a cruise to Alaska in a moment of spontaneity. This time last year, they were thanking God they finally disembarked the MS Zaandam. The couple was quarantined in their cabin for nearly two weeks. Four people died on the ship. And yet, this couple
  9. When I couldn't get in last night, I assumed HAL was doing a major update on their schedules and other economic changes. Since their server is still down this morning, it appears to be something more significant.
  10. It seems we've exhausted pages on this topic. If you want 100% assurance you can travel in/out of the US without ANY fear of a potential or accidental or emergency transportation requirement (via air) from some foreign country (does March 2020 ring a bell?) - then just take everyone's advice and get or renew your passport. What a great investment in your travel safety and peaceful reassurances for your family back home.....IMO.
  11. We always travel with our passports- even within the US. Keep in mind we pass by a lot of Canada. If the ship had to divert to a Canadian port, or you had to be evacuated for any kind of health reasons and Canada was the best option, you would be challenged to enter and/or leave Canada without your passport. Even if HAL doesn't require it, I would strongly urge you to travel with your passport.
  12. We always travel with our passports- even within the US. Keep in mind we pass by a lot of Canada. If the ship had to divert to a Canadian port, or you had to be evacuated for any kind of health reasons and Canada was the best option, you would be challenged to enter and/or leave Canada without your passport. Even if HAL doesn't require it, I would strongly urge you to travel with your passport.
  13. Cases will occur and this is exactly what the cruise lines have meticulously planned for in order to address and contain.
  14. This is well thought out protocol for dealing with the "what if" for re-starting cruising. It also is a good indication that along with Greece, passengers will also be aboard other ships and sailings sooner rather than later IMO.
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