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  1. I wonder what you class as "younger cruisers". We were (are?!) due to go on our first ever cruise in July, we are a family of 4 (48, 46, 18, 16). I'm pretty thick skinned, and the comments on here don't bother me.
  2. No, I rang them up. Waited maybe 20 mins or so.
  3. Not true, I cancelled before paying balance and have my deposit as FCC
  4. I just rang them to cancel and asked, it wasn't "offered" as such. Had to be done as was nearing final payment date, and I wasn't going to risk that
  5. I've just cancelled our July Iona cruise, we were able to take the deposit paid as FCC. I actually thought that was pretty good, since I was cancelling and not P&O. They would have had every right to offer nothing
  6. 1. Don't know as we are booked on our first ever cruise in July 2, 3, 4 & 5 - ditto All of the above sounds great though
  7. I've just looked at booking the cruise we are on in July, £800 cheaper 😳
  8. Seems this decision will be taken out of our hands. FCO advise to avoid all but essential travel to Norway, so travel insurance would be void anyway. Unless that changes in the next 4 weeks will have to cancel, take deposit as FCC and maybe rebook nearer the time if the situation improves.
  9. 12 April sorry... We'll still be able to get insurance, it just won't cover anything Coronavirus related. Lesson learnt though
  10. Dilemma time - we are booked on our first cruise ever on Iona in July. We've paid the deposit only at the moment, but payment in full is due 12 Feb. We didn't take out travel insurance at the time of booking as usually do this nearer the time of travel, now reading that travel insurance taken out now will NOT cover any issues caused by the "C" word. We are a young, heathy family with no underlying health issues and would, at the moment, be happy to go on the cruise if it departs as advertised (especially with the extra £400 OBC provided 😉) To pay or not to pay, that is the question
  11. Dilemma time - we are booked on our first cruise ever on Iona in July. We've paid the deposit only at the moment, but payment in full is due 12 Feb. We didn't take out travel insurance at the time of booking as usually do this nearer the time of travel, now reading that travel insurance taken out now will NOT cover any issues caused by the "C" word. We are a young, heathy family with no underlying health issues and would, at the moment, be happy to go on the cruise if it departs as advertised (especially with the extra £400 OBC provided 😉) To pay or not to pay, that is the question
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