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About mouche

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    North Carolina
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    Only have cruised Carnival
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  1. Exactly, that's why I just read and don't respond to them, plus they spew a lot of misinformation.
  2. No problem with wearing a face mask, but it's a no for me when it comes to wearing one on a cruise, that would not be a fun vacay to me and Lord knows I love to cruise.
  3. This is exactly what we're doing, sailing in Feb 2021 on Mardi Gras also.
  4. I have the Mardi Gras booked for Feb 6th, but will not be booking anything else until Carnival starts actually sailing again and getting first hand info on the changes as it relates to Covid-19. Heck, I haven't paid anymore on my booking either and won't until they start sailing again.
  5. Not sure I would be packing or would even want to go so soon, the whole Covid-19 situation is far from over. I know how you feel, I almost booked an unbelievable casino deal a month back for August, but now I wonder, what I was thinking, it's too soon for me. Also, I may be wrong, but my gut tells me they may not sail in August either. Just my opinion though.
  6. I can't book anything out of Miami through Carnival's site until August, this says a lot, no way in this current environment is every ship booked or even scaled back for social distancing. I'm not buying it. Time will tell though.
  7. I'll be on her too, Feb 6th 2021, Lord willing!!!🙏
  8. Just my opinion, but I don't think they will be sailing by June.
  9. At this point, I'll be happy if our Feb 6th 2021 Mardi Gras sails, time will tell, but once this is all over I will continue to book and sail as usual.
  10. Saw this on Yahoo yesterday.... Neither suspension is as long as those implemented by competing cruise companies. Holland America Line, Carnival Cruise Line and Princess Cruises have extended sailing suspensions through late June. Carnival said Monday it would extend its cancellation period through June 27. On Tuesday, Holland America and Princess said it would do so through June 30. Holland America has also cancelled all of its Alaska journeys for summer 2020 and all of its "Land+Sea Journeys," which consist of an Alaska cruise plus a land-based tour to Denali and the Yukon, according to the line's announcement posted to their blog.
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