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Scarlet Lady November 22. 2020


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When we moved our Nov. 8 cruise a week ago to March 2022, I was told that they were waiting on CDC guidance before cancelling additional dates. Glad we changed our date.

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2 hours ago, marty's mom said:

what advantage did you get by moving your reservation vs just cancelling?

We were able to book the same suite with the same perks as before - simply moving the reservation to a time when we believe covid will be under control to a point where social distancing and masks will no longer be issues. We are also betting that enough people keep their money in Virgin to help them stay afloat through the pandemic. The new longer itineraries are tempting...

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