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What will it take for you to cruise in the 1st 4 months after NCL starts sailing again?


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On 4/4/2020 at 11:43 AM, 1025cruise said:

What would it take? A good deal and the ability to take time off from work. If the ships are sailing, I'll be wishing I was on one.

Touché.  I’m really POd at NCL for the way they handled my Dorian cruise (cancelled it hours before sailing, after I had changed flights 3X and hotels 2X).  No refund for 90 days on my March cruise that was cancelled. Now, 125% FCC and 20% discount on fares.  Really, really cheap fares has me looking how cheap I can cruise again.

 

But, as you say, if they’re cruising, I’ll be wishing I was on the ship.

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14 hours ago, graphicguy said:

Touché.  I’m really POd at NCL  .... 

But, as you say, if they’re cruising, I’ll be wishing I was on the ship.

 

GG, how are you doing lately ... just hang it there.  Rather than cruising this year (cancelled 2 planned ones plus an oversea escorted land-trip) - we reset our clocks, booked 2 Fall trips over land - no payment upfront, cancelled the suites that we booked up to 48 hours before arrival with zero penalty) 

 

Cruising - well, now that NY is slowly easing, we will be doing that, hopefully by July.  Yeah, it will be coastal water, off the marina nearby out in Long Island, NY  - on niece's family boat - 30 footer, do a little fishing (probably won't catch another lobster) and relaxation if things continue to improve & get better.  That is our plan but still a long way to go.   

Long Island south shore fishing 2014.jpg

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4 minutes ago, mking8288 said:

 

GG, how are you doing lately ... just hang it there.  Rather than cruising this year (cancelled 2 planned ones plus an oversea escorted land-trip) - we reset our clocks, booked 2 Fall trips over land - no payment upfront, cancelled the suites that we booked up to 48 hours before arrival with zero penalty) 

 

Cruising - well, now that NY is slowly easing, we will be doing that, hopefully by July.  Yeah, it will be coastal water, off the marina nearby out in Long Island, NY  - on niece's family boat - 30 footer, do a little fishing (probably won't catch another lobster) and relaxation if things continue to improve & get better.  That is our plan but still a long way to go.   

Long Island south shore fishing 2014.jpg

Henry....good to hear you and yours are well.  My March cruise was cancelled.  So, as of right now, I have no plans peering into the immediate future.  May look at cruises again this Fall, but no guarantees there, either.

 

Will probably do long weekend driving trips this summer after things ease a bit.  Truth of the matter, I can get a flight anywhere in the U.S. for cheap right now....even booking 3 months out.

 

Not sure where I’ll go, though.  Will look again come mid-end of May to see where things stack up.

 

Stay safe!

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