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misslyss1220

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About misslyss1220

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    Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Norwegian
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. Hi everyone. I have two CruiseNext deposits ($250/each) that we purchased on a cruise in February 2019. The expiration date is February 2023. I was under the impression that as long as you use them towards a future cruise, you can go past the expiration date (e.g. I could use them for a cruise in March 2023 as long as they are applied). Hope that makes sense. Anyway, I am not able to do this; they do not come up as options for a March 2023 cruise. So... was I wrong? Do they truly need to be used before February 2023? Or do I have to call to apply them to a cruise past that date? Thank you 😊
  2. Thanks! Yes, we made it home with no issues - hope you guys did too! It was lovely meeting you! 🙂
  3. Wow this is crazy! I hope everyone is all right. I was just off the Escape on Sunday! I have friends on the Anthem, but haven't seen them post anything yet.
  4. Hi all, we'll be on the Norwegian Escape and docking in Port Canaveral from 1 pm - 9 pm. DH and I want to go to Disney Springs. NCL has a transfer for $35pp and it says you're there for approximately 3.5 hours (plus 1 hour each way is 5.5 hours total). I read one review on NCL that the bus drops off folks at the parks first and then goes to Disney Springs, which cuts back on the time spent there. If we rent a car, we'd probably get a couple more hours out of the day there, and the cost wouldn't be much more than taking the NCL transfer. But wondering if that's worth the hassle of getting an Uber/shuttle to the rental car place and back to the ship after? Has anyone done this? Advice? Suggestions? Thank you 🙂
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