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matymil

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About matymil

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    Florence, New Jersey
  • Interests
    Not leaving my house
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Carribean

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  1. Ive watched this a couple of times. GREAT! series.
  2. Our Honeymoon, March 2010 on the Destiny. I went reluctantly and when I was done I said "yeah I like that...maybe we'll come back in 10 years". This year marks 10 and we had our 9th sailing booked (and canceled)
  3. Their chicken parm was my favorite. My wife did not like it as much because the cutlet was to thin
  4. I didn't look through all of the replies so I dunno if this was said already but I think what may happen is they may send an email asking for volunteers to move their bookings (maybe offer more obc) because I'm sure plenty of people will not want to be some of the first to sail again. Who knows what the number will be but whatever % they sail at im sure its going to be a massive undertaking to figure it all out. After that...I would assume they would go in order of who booked first and who is sailing from an already canceled cruise. JMO
  5. John Heald addressed this in his morning video today and he actually names this site in particular as sources not to listen to. He said there are crews ready to start immediately, the ones who are going home to their families would have been done anyway. He said the reason they are not allowing new July bookings is so they have enough staff to crew ratio. Since they will be with a reduced crew, this makes total sense. And I agree with one of the above posts, if they don't cruise this year they will not survive and as a shareholder id hate to see that happen to but I don't know how any major industry could survive that long without operating. Right now, nobody knows anything
  6. Wow...I am really sorry to hear that 😞
  7. I read under normal circumstances gift cards would take longer but im thinking that gift cards may go through faster because of sheer volume of credit card refunds they have to issue vs the volume of gift card gift cards. Im only waiting on one $100 gift card from a cruise that was cancelled on 3/13 myself so im not to stressed about it.
  8. Funny you say that. Maybe it was the specific cruise I was on but the Liberty was the only time that I actually felt like I was on a booze cruise ever. Maybe because of the amount of bachelor/bachelorette parties or maybe because this was the first (and only time) that we ever got the cheers package...or maybe it was because we had Cookie as a CD :)
  9. https://www.cruisedeckplans.com/ 3200-3500ish It does short trips (3/4 days) from Orlando that go to the Bahamas. Princess is a cruiseline, Liberty is a ship. Carnival could change out the itinerary to another ship if they wanted.
  10. Didn't check every response but my favs were; the Sodagate 2019: Pepsi vs Coke and table cloths in the MDR
  11. We went on her not that long ago, the same as most Carnival ships design wise but she by far had the best service. I mean it was even close. We've never had terrible service on Carnival but these people busted their butts to go above and beyond especially in the MDR. I was told that it had to do with the Liberty doing short 3 day cruises. The majority of people sailing on it are first timers (a lot of wedding and bachelor/bachelorette parties) so they want to put their best foot forward to get people to come back.
  12. For any reason aside from the shutdown that is effecting everyone?
  13. Yeah but waiting 90 days on a refund isn't going to help much either if the person lost their job already.
  14. Ive seen multiple reports about Carnival banning people from cruise for disputing charges for entire cruises...not sure if doing it just for excursions and stuff would be enough to get banned but yeah def best just to be patient.
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