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Hi CC. Hopefully someone knows the answer. We have a party of 5 people in 2 cabins ( parties A & B in cabin 1 and parties C,D,E in cabin 2)

 

Party C still wants to cruise even though parties D and E want to cancel.

 

My question is, if Party C still sails as planned, will parties D and E still get their full FCC?

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2 minutes ago, jjjhill said:

Hi CC. Hopefully someone knows the answer. We have a party of 5 people in 2 cabins ( parties A & B in cabin 1 and parties C,D,E in cabin 2)

 

Party C still wants to cruise even though parties D and E want to cancel.

 

My question is, if Party C still sails as planned, will parties D and E still get their full FCC?

Each cabin is a separate reservation and treated separately. 

 

In order to receive a fcc all parties in the cabin must cancel 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, jjjhill said:

Hi CC. Hopefully someone knows the answer. We have a party of 5 people in 2 cabins ( parties A & B in cabin 1 and parties C,D,E in cabin 2)

 

Party C still wants to cruise even though parties D and E want to cancel.

 

My question is, if Party C still sails as planned, will parties D and E still get their full FCC?

C,D, & E need to get on the same page 

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4 minutes ago, Ourusualbeach said:

Each cabin is a separate reservation and treated separately. 

 

In order to receive a fcc all parties in the cabin must cancel 

 

 

 

2 minutes ago, not-enough-cruising said:

C,D, & E need to get on the same page 

 

Thank you

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Last night's chat on  Royal Caribbean Blog, Matt (the owner/moderator) said that he had confirmed  a husband and wife traveling in the same cabin were able to split the FCC.  One wanted to go and the other did not, so RCCL gave the husband his credit while the wife is still able to go!

 

Hope you get things worked out.

 

Angie 

(sailing Symphony on 3/21/20)

 

 

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Why not cancel all three people, all three get FCC, then the person who still wants to go can repurchase a (now discounted) room.

The FCC can't be used to pay for the re-purchased cruise, but it could be applied to another future cruise.  

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15 hours ago, julietavenner said:

Call them or message them.  I am in the same boat and was told by RC that they amended the policy today and my cruise buddy can get FCC and I do not have to pay any extra to go on the cruise.

Thanks for the update. Nice

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