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Our cruise was supposed to leave the 10th. It's now the 11th bc of this. So they are docking 2 days. I'm piss because we are coming in a day early and had booked a hotel. Now we have to switch hotels. Because of the other cruise the Hilton is booked. So yes, great vaca lugging our luggage around. 8 days. 3 different beds.

Originally posted by chengkp75
Well, I can't say what exactly the PR people are trying to say, but there really isn't any such thing as a one day drydocking. It takes 6-8 hours to pump out the dock, and the same to refill it. With the time needed to shift the ship to the Pearl Harbor drydock, that would only give less than 12 hours, at absolute best, for whatever is needed. Her last drydock was about this time in 2016, which was at the far limit of the statutory drydock interval. So, I believe that what is happening is that the ship is undergoing a "UWILD" (underwater inspection in lieu of drydocking), which ships less than 15 years old can do rather than drydocking twice in 5 years as required. This entails divers videotaping the entire underwater portion of the hull, and all underwater equipment like propellers, thrusters, stabilizers, sea chests, etc for the class surveyor to review. I'm a bit surprised that NCL was caught on short notice for this, but I believe that since the drydock was at the late end of the statutory window, they felt the UWILD could be done up to 2.5 years afterwards, but in fact it needs to be done within 12.5 years (plus or minus 3 months) of her delivery date, which would be Dec 2017, plus or minus 3 months, so Oct 2017 - Mar 2018. NCL has always had trouble with the regulatory differences between US flag ships and foreign flag ships, and this may be one more example of this.
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Originally posted by PTC DAWG
Assuming not an NCL cruise, or I bet they would apply credit..
True. We received credit for the shortened POA cruise and they were able to apply it to the already booked cruise we had with NCL, upon my request. Mind you, I have an excellent PCC, and we had an OK cabin on POA and the credit wasn't that huge
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#43
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Originally posted by Jenjen5
Our cruise was supposed to leave the 10th. It's now the 11th bc of this. So they are docking 2 days. I'm piss because we are coming in a day early and had booked a hotel. Now we have to switch hotels. Because of the other cruise the Hilton is booked. So yes, great vaca lugging our luggage around. 8 days. 3 different beds.
Even getting the previous cruise off on the 9th, and you on the 11th, there is very little chance they are actually drydocking the ship, and are almost assuredly doing a diver survey. If they actually do drydock, there is a very good chance they would not be coming out of dock for several days, as there is always the possibility of surprises when the ship goes dry, that need to be repaired.

I feel everyone's pain, and I wish that NCL had gotten a better handle on this, but even after 14 years, they are still learning how to operate US flag ships.
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Happened to us on the Jewel going to Alaska. Missed the main port we booked to see. Ended up an extra day in Seattle because our plane tickets were already paid. Was disappointed but decided to make the best of it and had a wonderful time! Enjoy.


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Originally posted by chengkp75
Even getting the previous cruise off on the 9th, and you on the 11th, there is very little chance they are actually drydocking the ship, and are almost assuredly doing a diver survey. If they actually do drydock, there is a very good chance they would not be coming out of dock for several days, as there is always the possibility of surprises when the ship goes dry, that need to be repaired.

I feel everyone's pain, and I wish that NCL had gotten a better handle on this, but even after 14 years, they are still learning how to operate US flag ships.
I'm curious.
Does skipping a dry dock for a diver survey change (shorten) the interval to the next dry dock?
How quickly are the videos reviewed?
If the videos reveal "surprises" that require repair, what then? Might they be forced to pull the ship out of service?
#46
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Originally posted by CPT Trips
I'm curious.
Does skipping a dry dock for a diver survey change (shorten) the interval to the next dry dock?
How quickly are the videos reviewed?
If the videos reveal "surprises" that require repair, what then? Might they be forced to pull the ship out of service?
No, until a ship reaches 15 years old, the UWILD survey is an acceptable substitute for a drydocking, so it doesn't change the interval. Sometimes the video is shown real time to the surveyor (camera wired to surface monitor) and otherwise it is reviewed as soon as the diver comes up. Since the dives can take many hours, as each diver is relieved, his video can be reviewed while the next dive is underway.

I don't think I've ever heard of something being discovered during a UWILD that would require immediate repair or removal of the ship from service. Most frequently, things will be classed as either "repair within the next XX days (usually 90-180)" or "repair at next scheduled drydocking". The most frequently found things are dents in the hull from docks or tugs, and most of this can then be looked at from inside to see if the frames are bent, and if it is merely a dent in the hull plating without deforming any frames, then the dent can be left for the life of the ship, or repaired at the owner's choice. Even if frames are damaged, the most common repair is to cut away the damaged portion of the frame, make a new piece that conforms to the new, bent shape of the hull plating and weld in place. This kind of repair is usually acceptable until next scheduled drydocking. They may find things like missing nuts for holding sea chest gratings, that the divers can repair on the spot, but that's all I've ever seen.
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Originally posted by canadian-nurse
I just received a letter from NCL saying that our cruise from March 3-10 is being cut short by one day and the whole itinerary is messed up. I am furious. This is very last minute- half of our party is already on their way to Hawaii and we are leaving in the morning. All of our excursions, which are all with the ship, are messed up now. Every single one! They are putting us up in a Hilton hotel to make up for the night and are giving us a 25% future cruise credit. After this, we never want to sail with NCL again. This cruise was over $5600CDN for an inside cabin- that takes a long time to save. Has anyone else ever had this experience before?
Do you think they did this just to upset the passengers? Of course not, they must of had a reason. Just be glad they choose a Hilton, all the Hiltons in Hawaii are very nice. being upset, heck I understand, saying you will never sail NCL again is a bit over the top. Why not just calm down, enjoy your week and don't get all worked up.

OP,now I read your later post. There is a reason for the change as you can see. Yes, it does happen, unexpected inspections etc and yes, it is a disappointment but the ship can't control these things. You will still have the same number of days for vacation and I am sure NCL will be able to help with the planning of tours. of course I can imagine what a nightmare the tour desk will be the first day. I am sorry this had to happen to you.
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#48
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Originally posted by Linda the Book Lover
Our friends leave on Saturday sailing POA so they just missed this change. They are the same friends we planned a trip in October that NCL canceled the cruise. That "hot mess" for us still does not have our plane ticket issue resolved. In our case, NCL decided to kick us off and book the ship for a charter.

Is it something wrong with the ship or an overnight charter booked? It seems strange that two weeks in a row the ship will miss the last day.
are you saying they left you high and dry just a few days before sailing cause they booked a charter? Come on, that is never done. Yes,they will book a charter months out, just like other lines but never the day before or a week before sailing. It is a pain when one books a cruise just to have a charter put them off but they never do book a charter less than 6 monts out This situation, the OP is posting must have something to do with a mechanical problem or some other issue.
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#49
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Beware, if you opt to be reimbursed for the missed day and your booking was done through a third party, NCL will not refund you the tax portion of the fare directly. You'll need to spend more of your precious time pleading your case to the third party to collect it.
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Originally posted by newmexicoNita
are you saying they left you high and dry just a few days before sailing cause they booked a charter? Come on, that is never done. Yes,they will book a charter months out, just like other lines but never the day before or a week before sailing. It is a pain when one books a cruise just to have a charter put them off but they never do book a charter less than 6 monts out This situation, the OP is posting must have something to do with a mechanical problem or some other issue.
I reread thinking I may have been unclear but I did say our cruise is in October. The part of the charter was a question.
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We are booked on the March 10th Departure= March 11 Departure. Same note and same deal. I have no issue with the fact the ship needs repair or has to be rescheduled. Hey, they are giving us a room for the night so all good there, despite the need for extra meals still no complaints. But they make you call and have to choose what option you want. I would have thought a bit more pro-activity on their part would be helpful.

I even offered to let them keep the cash and just upgrade me to a better room. No dice. This cruise line seems like they worry about every little thing and charge you for it. I don't mind paying more for the cabin, if they kiss your ring. Not used to getting nickle and dimed all the way.

My experience with Royal Caribbean has always been just awesome.
#52
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Originally posted by chengkp75
Can someone post the exact wording of the email? There is never a "one day" drydocking, so unless she is in drydock right now, that's not what's happening. There may be a repair that is mandated by USCG or class to be fixed "at earliest possible opportunity" that happened recently, and this was the first time slot where the parts or manpower were available. If someone can post the email, it may help me understand what is actually being done.

But, as others have said, ships break things, and they need to be fixed, and in many cases it is the law that it needs to be fixed asap or the ship won't be allowed to sail at all.
It is 2 days, we are on the March 10-17 sailing and we don't leave until the 11th. I think it is what you said the mandated by USCG...I can't post the email from work, but they said it wouldn't affect safety and I have to believe them because I can't believe they would risk passenger safety.. we are looking at is as another day still in Hawaii, not working, And the biggy not having winter weather.! I will look when I get home and if no one posted the email I will post it for you to read.

thanks!
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this is the letter

Dear Valued Guests and Travel Partners
,
Norwegian Cruise Line has important information for you regarding Pride of America’s
7-Day Hawaii sailing on March 10, 2018 from Honolulu,
Hawaii. All guests booked on this sailing need to be aware of this change and travel professionals are asked to forward this information to their
clients.
Due to regulatory compliance requirements,
Pride of America must undergo an unscheduled technical dry
-dock and the ship’s March
10th
itinerary is being modified as a result. The necessary maintenance that will be conducted during this dry dock will in no way impact the safe
operation of the vessel during your cruise.
The cruise is changing from a 7-day to a 6-day sailing embarking on March
11 , 2018, and the ship will call on Kahului, Maui on March 12th
from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm instead of staying overnight as originally scheduled.
Please review the revised itinerary information below -




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Originally posted by chengkp75
No, until a ship reaches 15 years old, the UWILD survey is an acceptable substitute for a drydocking, so it doesn't change the interval. Sometimes the video is shown real time to the surveyor (camera wired to surface monitor) and otherwise it is reviewed as soon as the diver comes up. Since the dives can take many hours, as each diver is relieved, his video can be reviewed while the next dive is underway.

I don't think I've ever heard of something being discovered during a UWILD that would require immediate repair or removal of the ship from service. Most frequently, things will be classed as either "repair within the next XX days (usually 90-180)" or "repair at next scheduled drydocking". The most frequently found things are dents in the hull from docks or tugs, and most of this can then be looked at from inside to see if the frames are bent, and if it is merely a dent in the hull plating without deforming any frames, then the dent can be left for the life of the ship, or repaired at the owner's choice. Even if frames are damaged, the most common repair is to cut away the damaged portion of the frame, make a new piece that conforms to the new, bent shape of the hull plating and weld in place. This kind of repair is usually acceptable until next scheduled drydocking. They may find things like missing nuts for holding sea chest gratings, that the divers can repair on the spot, but that's all I've ever seen.
Thanks for the response. Now I can sleep well.
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Originally posted by Jenjen5
Our cruise was supposed to leave the 10th. It's now the 11th bc of this. So they are docking 2 days. I'm piss because we are coming in a day early and had booked a hotel. Now we have to switch hotels. Because of the other cruise the Hilton is booked. So yes, great vaca lugging our luggage around. 8 days. 3 different beds.
We have dealt with the lugging luggage a few times. It isn't fun but just try to make the best of it.
As someone just mentioned dealing with an American flagged ship isn't easy. Now, let's just hope, regardless of the reason for cutting the cruise short one day, this doesn't happen again for a long time, if ever.
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Originally posted by Linda the Book Lover
I reread thinking I may have been unclear but I did say our cruise is in October. The part of the charter was a question.
ok, I am sorry I missed that part. As for the charter part, all lines do this. It is not just NCL. For anyone who has cruised several times and not experienced this, you are so lucky. I see both sides of the story: for a cruise line, you got to go where the money is; for the cruiser you have your plans made and you are disappointed when this happens. I will say, we have been one of those lucky ones, that have not experienced getting bumped due to a charter taking over, but we don't book more than 6 months out. We have been bumped off flights more than once and left high and dry to make adjustments to our plans. It isn't fun, but nothing in life is perfect.
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The discounts are only on the cruise fare- so for us the 25% dicsount nets to 18.2%. Not worth it when 1/7th is 14.2%- they assume after being treated like this we want to travel again with them. Hmmm sounds like United Airlines

They say one day prorated but again only on cruise fare. They are charging full rate on taxes (If I get a 10% discount on a 100 purchase I pay taxes on 90 not 100) full rate for port fees (they are not paying port fees for all 7 days) and nothing off the prepaid grats (yep you pay for 7 days of grats). I am sure they will only pay the govt the taxes based on 6 days and add the extra day grats and that would pay for the hotel- Norweigan is out nothing.

The minimum they need to do is take one day off but it needs to be one full day- this is what Vivian Ewart said they would do and ethically is what they should do.

I suggest we all send Vivian Ewart a letter expressing our feelings, she is also on Linked In


This is like ordering a pizza, only getting half of it and them saying but we only charged you for half so everything is great.

An onboard credit for each guest of $100 (which would probably cost them 45) would go a long way but they won't do that- they aren't even giving one full day refund as they said they would (by only prorating the cruisefare not the taxes,port charges or grats)

I understand these things happen but if you say you are giving one day refund make it one day refund.
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Originally posted by mwdto
They are not paying port fees for all 7 days and you pay for 7 days of grats. I am sure they will only pay the govt the taxes based on 6 days.



The minimum they need to do is take one day off but it needs to be one full day- this is what Vivian Ewart said they would do.

Just file a claim online for 1/7 of the port fees & gov’t taxes + the $13.99 per person prepaid daily service charge. Quote the letter that says you are to receive a full day refund.

This worked for our Australia adrift at sea cruise last year where all ports but one on a 12 day cruise were missed. It did take 8 months to get the refund though.



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#60
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Originally posted by PTC DAWG
Assuming not an NCL cruise, or I bet they would apply credit..
You would think so, but this isn't the case. In fact, they will not apply it to any existing cruise, only new bookings and travel must be completed before 2/19/19.

I was told I would get a call back Thursday before 9. It didn't happen. I called back Friday and was told "I don't know when they would have time to call. Our phones ring as soon as we hang up." I was then told they would send a message to the original person to call me. We'll see what Monday brings. I'm guessing I'll get a completely different story.
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