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Carnival is letting passengers with cruises booked soon cancel up to 72 before sailing.  RC is doing the same for all cruises, and up to 48 before sailing.  You don't get a refund but you get a credit that you have a year to use.  This seems very fair to me.  How can NCL not do the same?  If they don't, especially with RC, which is the most similar to NCL, won't NCL lose so much future business?  We are supposed to sail on the 14th and we are leaning toward cancelling.  If NCL doesn't step up, we will go with RC next time.

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There is already another thread on this subject with more replies. By the way, Princess has also adopted this new policy.

Having said that, Regent has also announced a similar policy...and since Regent is owned by Norwegian, it makes sense for NCL to follow suit.

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