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deladypilot

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  • Location
    Delaware
  • Interests
    Flying, traveling
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Hawaii

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  1. Thank you for this list. We have a group of 10 rooms going next year and not everyone on the trip can afford $350.00 per night. After looking at all of these, I think we should be able to find one that everyone will be happy with
  2. Great tips. Have done the Hawaii cruise before and you covered a great many things. I appreciate the reminders and of course the new information
  3. I love this thread. I had almost given up on reading the boards as it was getting to depressing after cancelling cruises. A few days ago we decided to book a Hawaii cruise for 2023. Figuring by then this Covid mess would be over with and it would not be cancelled. If it opens up before that we can always book another. At least this one seems plausible. What I miss most is the time away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. That I can leave all stress at my front door the minute I pull out of the driveway and not think about it again until I walk back in. I miss the smiles of the people on the ship (staff and cruisers). I miss that 1st drink by the pool the day we embark and of course all the places we get to see. Favorite menu items I miss are...Oh who am I kidding, the fact that I dont have to cook makes everything a favorite. Keep up the positive posts and soon we will all be sailing again
  4. There was a European cruise line that started back up several months ago and they had this same policy. A couple decided not to go on that excursion and to just tour the town. They got to find themselves a way home because the cruise line banned them from getting back on. I dont want to do ship excursions either but if I have to in order to sail, I will.
  5. You sure can give them to some one else. You will need their Latitudes number so they can be switched. Once switched they can email CruiseNext@ncl.com with their latitudes number and have it extended. I did that this week and my certificate extended for 2 years from the time it was due to expire which was November 2021.
  6. If you upgrade on your own and the airfare is not being offered you most likely will lose it. When we have wanted to upgrade ourselves, we just call and ask them to look at it before we make up our mind. At that point they will tell you for sure. As for biding on an upgrade, you wont lose anything if you win. You keep your original perks, no new ones though
  7. We were on the Escape 3 yrs ago and the first thing our cabin steward asked us was if we wanted the partition opened since we had adjoining cabins with our friends. He opened them and left them open the entire cruise. We were then on the Pearl last year and the steward refused. I think it all depends on your steward. They made them to open but then say you can not. So never hearts to ask. Just do not get upset if they say no
  8. Yes you can remove the insurance at any time without having to cancel the cruise and rebook it. We have done it many times.
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