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  1. I purchased outside insurance for a May, 2020, that never happened...I contacted the company prior to cancelling the cruise and had the insurance applied to the one re-booked in November, 2020. Then, when that cruise was cabashed, I contacted them again, and had the original policy applied to the one that is scheduled to go in November of this year year. The only extra that I would've had to pay would be for any increase in price of the cruise...since the charged were the same, there was no problem. We have always used them for cruises and have never had a problem.
  2. When you get to the port, the Porters will have xtras and will attach them for you while you wait..
  3. Those are the balconies that I try to get if available...more room, large enough for 2 loungers
  4. The Sovereign of the Seas will always be my ship...first cruise, second cruise and we were on her when she turned "20". Sorry they sold her....
  5. Yes...if we are driving over the date of the cruise, we use park and go. We have never had a problem with them.
  6. Royal Caribbean Announces Global Suspension Of Cruising Last updated March 25th, 2021 At Royal Caribbean International, our guests and crew's safety and well-being are always our top priorities. In order to allow additional time for our return to service preparations, we have decided to extend the suspension of sailings for our global fleet through May 31st, 2021 – excluding sailings onboard Quantum, Spectrum, Voyager, and Odyssey of the Seas. Our plan is to resume further operation in June; however, the following circumstances have extended the suspension for the following ships
  7. We were not able to use that offer...we had a non-refundable cruise, so we had to take the FCC...and the second time it happened, we were told we could only lift and switch...and and our "non-refundable" deposit went from $100.00/pp to $200.00/pp. So we are locked into our cruise no matter what happens...they keep our $400.00 deposit so if our cruise gets pushed back a third time and we opt for our money back, we only get $600.00 back on the cruise; and I had to give them an additional $200.00 deposit when we booked the second time, due to their cancellation. We have had this cruise booked s
  8. Yep...that way they have your money, and will only give you a FCC....kind of a crappy way to do business...
  9. The CDC doesn't want cruises to open up...it seems to me that 10 cases out of 100,000 people is pretty darn good..considering that there are more cases of other sicknesses, such as norovirus, on previous cruises...didn't cause the CDC to close cruises down..
  10. It may not be worth it to the passenger, but it IS worth it to RCCL...they are selling more balcony cabins, which are more pricey than the inside and oceanview cabins...
  11. I believe it was I who was hurried...sorry. Thank you for the great avenue to investigate..I'm sure it will answer any other question I may have...
  12. Thank you...that cleared up alot!
  13. We began looking at Holland America for our Alaska trip next year...looking for info the Noordam: 1. Price of drink package 2. Are there any decks that are listed as Verandah, where the door to the cabin opens to a deck that anyone can walk on 3. Is there a buffet dining area that is free I have many more but I should be able to research on my own. Any info is appreciated Thanks in advance.
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