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  1. Jm2c ... Imo, X will not follow the process being used by other cruise lines in Europe and zero out reservations currently booked. For one thing, It would be a nightmare having to process thousands of new FCC's and refunds in addition to the thousands they already have to deal with from the cruises they canceled about 2weeks ago. X's goal is to stay afloat and part of that involves the need to keep cash in hand. Imo, for all remaining scheduled cruises, they will monitor inventory and when it reaches (hypothetically) 50-60% depending on the ship, they will not allow any more bookings. X is probably interested in filling as many suites as possible for greater revenue, and will close out inside cabins and other lower priced cabins. By monitoring and controlling capacity X would avoid having to upset any of their customers by canceling their existing bookings. Of course, anything anyone posts on this subject is entirely speculation. 😎
  2. It was by invitation, by which X may have been trying to limit the number of people who could register for the seminar. There were reports by some here on CC that when they tried to sign up they received a response that the webinar was “full”. Perhaps this was a result of those posters who shared their invitations. Going forward, perhaps X could offer more than one webinar, per subject, to accommodate a larger amount of participants.
  3. It was their very first attempt at this on a massive scale. Hopefully they will work out the kinks. Perhaps limiting the number of participants would help. I look forward to seeing more webinars.
  4. I'm so sorry to hear that so many had a bad experience with the webinar. I hope that the 50 PUP's you receive will make up for any inconvenience. 👍🏻
  5. We've sailed on all the S-class ships, also on the Century, Connie and Summit. Reflection was formerly our favorite. We sailed on her 7 times and had 2 more booked. Only one is left however as our April cruise was canceled. Edge is now are favorite ship, we've sailed her twice. Can’t wait for our upcoming B2B on Apex. The only ships we don’t really care for the M-class, too small for our liking.
  6. You are correct that the verandahs of Sky 3 suites on the Edge are very large. However they are not furnished with a dining table and loungers. Yes, you can request loungers, but the table and 2 chairs are the same as all the other Sky suites, as shown in the picture. I have sailed on the Edge twice and have seen the all the cabins. I am hoping that X will do better on Apex and provide upgraded chairs and a table properly suited for eating.
  7. Wishing our friends to the North a very happy Thanksgiving Day ! 🇨🇦 🦃 🇨🇦
  8. Travel industry news: https://www.travelmole.com/news_feature.php?c=setreg&region=2&m_id=s~T_bnvs~&w_id=38109&news_id=2044577
  9. If people READ the articles, they will find the answers.
  10. I saw it on Face Book yesterday.
  11. I saw Kate's video to Seamus on FB yesterday, but I didn’t see this one. It was very funny, thanks for posting it.
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