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  1. I have a sailabration March ‘22, Celebration Dec ‘22 and Magic Feb ‘23. All stocked with OBC thanks to cancellations.
  2. I saw the limited paper menus back over the summer but not so much anymore. Now the restaurants I go to all have their full menu available. Some are QR codes with menus available on request. Some have gone back to the regular menus. On the ship I think they’ll probably encourage using the display menus outside of the MDR and the hub app menu..and maybe have physical menus available on request. I’m good with the hub app menu. I never liked touching menus before I eat anyway.
  3. Sounds good. If we ever get to cruise again. I had two more cancellations today...
  4. When I got back from Panorama last year, pretty much every menu I could update from panorama on this link, was updated with a panorama menu. https://saintgregtravel.com/menus/ this is their generic atrium/casino bar menu: https://saintgregtravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/AtriumCasinoBar.jpg This is their ocean plaza bar menu: https://saintgregtravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/OceanPlazaBarMenu.jpg This is their serenity bar menu: https://saintgregtravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Serenit
  5. I could spend it. Grats, internet, specialty restaurants, excursions...could even buy cheers onboard if you wanted to spend it real quick.
  6. You lose $200 right? Because you get $600 from the new offer right? You can always call carnival and plead your case. Have them get a supervisor involved. I have had a couple issues resolved doing it that way. On the TA part my recommendation is to use a bigger agency that doesn’t care. Mine is that way. I tried using a small family one just to help them out and ended up having to listen to a big thing about how the commission wasn’t worth the time they spent on it. So I had them authorize me to deal directly with carnival and I’ll never stray from my TA again.
  7. The numbers really drop at the end of august. In September I’d say you’d have a couple hundred vs. the thousand you would have during the summer. It really won’t be noticeable. Especially with the vista class design that keeps the kids clubs, arcade and multiplex away from the adult areas.
  8. My guess would be longer announcements due to having to go through everything twice or thrice. I experienced it on my cozumel submarine tour. Everything was done in English and Spanish and it made for a longer wait to leave on both the boat and in the sub. I could imagine it getting old after a week of that all day, every day.
  9. Usually nothing to worry about. My cancelations usually stay on the website long after they're canceled. The only one I have had disappear immediately was Breeze back when they decided to move it from Fort Lauderdale and put the people who were booked on Radiance on Breeze instead. I just logged into my account and all of my cruises have disappeared as well. Now I have to add them all back.
  10. Have you tried adding them back to your account? I've had to do that before.
  11. If you click it, you'll get linked to a press release from June 19, 2020. They aren't very good at updating their website.
  12. I wonder if they'd do Montego Bay and Ocho Rios.
  13. Or with and a dog...and possibly kids in the future. They don't want to both be out to sea at the same time. The person I quoted was alluding to the possibility of her losing her job due to Carnival selling off old fantasy class ships, which isn't the case.
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