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10 hours ago, Ourusualbeach said:

The fact is that are very few actual facts related to the start up of cruising and that any current facts are likely to change before cruising resumes. 

 

And thete definitely aren't any facts from crew members. They are being led on just like us

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10 hours ago, molly361 said:

Sorry I have no facts to contribute, only speculation,  guesses and rumors😇

 

Didn't someone 'demand' only facts last summer 🤔

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8 hours ago, island lady said:

I am not (as was scheduled and booked) cruising the south coast of Australia right now on Serenade.  That is a definite fact.  Instead, here at home remodeling both bathrooms.  Yaahhh.  😝

 

We board Ovation for 25 days on March 11.

 

Better get packing

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7 hours ago, Jimbo said:

I think this was a serious question from the OP.............but as everyone can see it's going completly the opposite way..........oh well.

 

It would be different if there was anything factual. But there's not. Even what's happening in Singapore is being discounted as 'well that's just Asia'

 

Same thing will happen when Ovation sails

 

People don't want facts. They just want others to agree with their perceptions of the facts

 

That is all

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7 hours ago, Retired LEO said:

I'll have fact check you on that. I actually had 3 September cruise cancelled before final payment.  

 

Alaska or Odyssey?

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5 hours ago, DCGuy64 said:

I'll let the OP judge whether this article is good or bad, but it IS a fact that cruise line stocks are doing better, thanks to renewed hopes of sailing brought about by the vaccinations. I can't say for sure when cruising will resume, but the stock market (which as we all know thrives on speculation) seems to think the future looks good.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/palashghosh/2021/03/04/carnival-norwegian-cruise-united-american-airlines-stocks-surge-on-vaccine-rollout-hopes-for-return-to-normal/?sh=57299afee11d

 

Old data. Many analysts now think a large correction is looming

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5 hours ago, DCGuy64 said:

I'll let the OP judge whether this article is good or bad, but it IS a fact that cruise line stocks are doing better, thanks to renewed hopes of sailing brought about by the vaccinations. I can't say for sure when cruising will resume, but the stock market (which as we all know thrives on speculation) seems to think the future looks good.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/palashghosh/2021/03/04/carnival-norwegian-cruise-united-american-airlines-stocks-surge-on-vaccine-rollout-hopes-for-return-to-normal/?sh=57299afee11d

The stock market could take lessons from CC about thriving on speculation.

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If a certain threshold level of COVID-19 is detected onboard the ship during your voyage, the voyage will end immediately, the ship will return to the port of embarkation, and your subsequent travel, including your return home, may be restricted or delayed.

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10 hours ago, Jimbo said:

I think this was a serious question from the OP.............but as everyone can see it's going completly the opposite way..........oh well.

It wouldn’t be CC if it didn’t. 🥂

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1 hour ago, John&LaLa said:

 

Really, that's odd

Someone pulled the switch early on those. I had $100 NRD on 3 of them. Got the refunds back in the usual bits and pieces. 

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A true fact....I was able to check in for our May 16th cruise! There was a detailed screen describing the Covid situations that could occur on board and one needs to agree to accept decisions by RCCL to abandon the cruise, etc. We have been assigned a time for our "well-screening" (3 pm...ugh!) and arriving any earlier will require a longer wait. 

 

With all that said, I am not naive and realize they can cancel May cruises at any time. But it gave me a little glimpse of hope.

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7 hours ago, Retired LEO said:

Someone pulled the switch early on those. I had $100 NRD on 3 of them. Got the refunds back in the usual bits and pieces. 

 

I still have one for June

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Fact- the excursion I was contemplating on cococay went on sale for $107 last week.  I was trying to research if we’d

like it, and when I went back in the next day, it was back up to $160 😞. Hopefully it goes down again 🙂

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11 hours ago, Biker19 said:

The sky was blue today.

 

Not here...clouds are making it look gray.  😉  But I believe you, as it must be blue above that silver lining!  😄 

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11 hours ago, John&LaLa said:

 

We board Ovation for 25 days on March 11.

 

Better get packing

 

I hear your suitcases back there in the closet laughing at you.  😉 

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