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  1. Yes. The rooms on 10 are larger, the deck smaller. The deck is "plenty" large though.
  2. i'm not sure, I just want to cancel because unwilling to cruise while covid is still rampant. It is a longer cruise, 14 days. If need be, I'll forfeit my deposit.
  3. Ate, many thanks! I did want to "cover my bases" since we are 77 days out .... I will still call tomorrow. I also have to believe this trip will be cancelled regardless, and/or that cancellations will be allowed up until shortly before departure. EDITED to add: And I got an "auto acknowledgment" back that the email was received. Really useful address, thanks again!
  4. We have a sailing coming up mid-March 2021. I suspect it will be cancelled by MSC but regardless at this point we are not willing to sail. The MSC site says we need to cancel "in writing" by tomorrow - but I can't find how to cancel "in writing" anywhere. I plan on calling the 877-665-4655 US service number tomorrow, but any advice as to how to proceed would be very welcome!
  5. Yeah but this is a really busy container port. And never had any cruise ship there. No NCL affiliation. Carnival docks the sunshine at the cruise terminal but that is in Charleston and of course not since the pandemic. This is highly unusual.
  6. Wow. Wonder why. Not a cruise port and no NCL relationship.
  7. Pretty clear view of an NCL ship in the North Charleston commercial ship port. This is NOT the same as the cruise terminal - it’s a container ship port Anyone have information?
  8. Agree with previous poster. We’ve stayed in one of these. Worth an extra $200-300 IMO.
  9. I don’t expect sympathy ... just the facts. ports are routinely missed: need to sail with that expectation.
  10. Yes umbrellas included (no charge) YC area.
  11. Shorter cruises "may" be harder on a ship (certainly on the crew), but I believe they sail at higher capacity and higher prices per day = more profitable, regardless of any potential wear and tear.
  12. Well, if you mean Jamaica denying landing (despite no illness), resulting in a port swap which almost all would consider a plus, and the bad weather missing the private island- well, yes, beyond control. And like you, I am on Divina right now. It is rocking me rolling still but we made the best of a sea day. Very disappointed to have missed ocean cay.
  13. On the same cruise and loving it. MSC scrambled to add Cozumel as a replacement for Ocho Rios - Adding Cozumel meant a shorter time in Cayman Island due to length of travel time. Blame Jamaica not MSC. And weather solely responsible for missing Ocean Cay. So enjoy the lovely sea day - make the most rather than the worst of it! this is a common “hazard” of cruising. If you can’t roll with it, probably not the right vacation for you.
  14. So what is the rationale in accepting thousands of international passengers off airplanes to go to land based resorts but not off cruise ships?
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