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  1. If this is how cruising will be going forward , count us out!
  2. I would give a qualified yes to your question. My fear is that the cruise lines would be hard pressed to enforce wearing a mask basing this statement on the cruise lines inability to enforce existing prohibitions. I am referring to saving seats in deck areas, theaters and other venues, etc. They seem to turn the other cheek in an effort not to offend anyone. I cannot help but picture a scenario where a passenger refuses to wear a mask or finds some loophole in the carrier's protocol which could lead to a confrontation. I question the cruise line disembarking the culprit(s) at the next port or confining that person(s) to a stateroom for the entire voyage. I just don't see it happening when social media and news videos are rampant with people who just don't socially distance or were masks notwithstanding ordinances mandating such behavior. So, if the cruise lines can enforce 100% compliance with mask mandates, my answer would be a probable yes. If they can't, pigs will fly before I get on another cruise ship.
  3. Canceling the land portion by Princess is always an option which would result in a cruise only cost. As to why I think they might cancel the land portion: o. Italy has always been a hot spot of COVID. Right now, Italy has imposed new restrictions on restaurants, bars, etc. We want to go out and explore. If Princess tours were to eliminate this option not only would they have a tough time enforcing this restriction, who wants to spend their free time in a hotel room o. Italy has been one of the hot spots of COVID since it began. You always would run this risk. This alone would make a land tour unlikely. o. Other stops on the cruise portion might be severely restricted. This cruise is the last "must cruise" we want to take as we crossed all other destinations off our list over the years.
  4. We're doing the land tour in late October before sailing for 14 days. Doubt that the land tour will occur. We were scheduled to do it this year and we saw how that turned out. Without the land tour, we'll probably cancel the trip. Additionally, I notice that some of the ports we were scheduled to visit apparently have been dropped from Enchanted Princess sailings in 2021.
  5. Same here. With COVID outbreaks rising in Europe, I doubt that the ship will be ready as original scheduled.
  6. I'll be the most surprise person if that ship sails in 2021. I doubt it will make a transatlantic cruise. Instead it will be ready for 2022 cruises.
  7. If you know you'e not going to sail, just cancel and get your money back. IMHO, the FCC is just a gimmick to keep your money. I'm not going to give interest free loans to Princess. That's what bank are for. I'm still on the fence as to whether some of these cruise ones will survive this thing.
  8. Cancelled a February 2021 cruise on the Enchanted Princess August 10. The credit showed up on August 13. One credit card, deposit only.
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