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  1. OK, you said can do "very little else"...so is it just the contact stuff or really you can't do other stuff? As mentioned, I can do all of the things I did on the "old" site. I never tried to email them tho...black hole as far as I'm concerned. I would try calling them.
  2. What are you prevented from doing? I can do everything I could do on the old site. Did you do the exact steps I said above? Because if not, it will say you are logged in, but still prompt you for email verification.
  3. Did you try the exact steps I said above? I just tried and that still works for me
  4. It is stupid, but this is how I have to do it... 1) Log in and get the email verification error 2) Hit "Send" 3) Get error 4) Sign Out (actually hit the "sign out" link) 5) Log in again 6) Now works w/o email verification step
  5. I agree...much better.
  6. And playing around with it I have to say....sooooo much better. Many annoying things (like seeing all of your canceled cruises in that stupid drop down) are gone. You can see all of your booked cruises at once, etc.
  7. FYI, I am able to log in now w/o the email validation being asked...
  8. Exact same problem for me. Why you would need to verify your email address for a website change is beyond me, but yeah...doesn't work. Glad to know they are working on breaking the website instead of processing refunds.
  9. Has anyone done this excursion in Kirkwall (from the ship, not private)? If so, do you know how much time you get in Stromness and do you actually stop at anyplace else or just drive by? TIA
  10. It was a joke...he apologized...multiple times...let it drop.
  11. https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2020/03/11/under-pressure-trump-administration-cruise-industry-hands-new-coronavirus-response-plan/ https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2020/03/11/proposal-white-house-cruise-industry-bar-people-70-ships/5020325002/
  12. This is the issue: Italy has one of the oldest populations in the world, with a median age of about 46 years old. Nearly 60% of the population is aged 40 and over, about 23% of which is over 65 — heightening the population's risk with regards to the novel coronavirus currently spreading through Italy
  13. Sorry, yes, misunderstood 🙂 I agree...I haven't seen this level of panic either. We are on the same page then. Borders closed, schools closed, etc. We are close in age...I haven't seen anything like it either! Kevin
  14. This. I want to try and stay apolitical, but the 24hr news cycle definitely wants to scare everyone...and they have. Again, CV *is* serious and we should do what we can to stop it. But the panic it has caused is simply not warranted. People just need to take normal precautions, wash their hands, and go about their normal lives. For every cruise horror story there are a hundred that have zero problems. True, if you are that 1 in 100 it sucks for you, but ships have been missing ports (due to weather) for a while now. Other things (Divina coming back from Columbia) have caused massive delays at customs. Yes, 14 day quarantines are new and certainly not something anyone wants to go through, but percentage-wise this is a drop in the bucket compared to all of the cruises that have zero problems.
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