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  1. Did they happen to mention if they noticed a difference in crowd sizes?
  2. Totally agree. Even a month from now could be very different.
  3. Was told it takes two to three weeks. If you get the credit in time you can apply it to your rebooked cruise.
  4. Yes. You cancel your cruise and then receive cruise credit for a future cruise. You then rebook your existing cruise.
  5. Public transportation is a major risk in every city. I worry about traveling on the bus each day. Feel like there's more risk there than on the ship.
  6. Thanks. We've used the before. Unfortunately, RCL doesn't provide that luggage service when the port is in Miami. I think we're doing to try and make a 11:15 flight out of FLL. We'll get off ship as soon as we can. Traffic should be light.
  7. Thanks for the FLL compare. I might need to fly from there so this is really helpful. What time were you off the ship at?
  8. Thanks. It would be on a Saturday morning. If I don't take the 11:15 I have to wait until 4:50 PM. It feels doable, but would be tight.
  9. How tight would it be to get to the Miami airport from the Miami port for a 11:15 flight? Willing to get off ship with my bags to get out early. Thanks
  10. Hello, could someone help me with figuring out what a specific area is on Deck 12 of the Symphony. At the back of the ship, between interior rooms 12293 and 12277 there's what looks to be a stairwell, but that doesn't look like it's passenger related. Anyone know what this area is?
  11. Well I talk to Royal and I will confirm the following. Some of which is above. Again, this situation is trying to change from the Navigator leaving on 4/6 to the Oasis leaving on 4/5. * I could cancel and get a future cruise credit. * I can use that cruise credit on an existing reservation that still has a balance. * The FCC can only be used for the people on the reservation. And when I tried to transfer, and not even expecting to get a credit back for the lower priced ship, not looking for a credit for the price difference, they wouldn't let me transfer. I get that's the policy, but while they're allowing all this flexibility for other situations, this would be nice too. I get it from their end.
  12. I appreciate everyone’s input. I like the idea of the cancel and have the future onboard credit. The challenge for me with my cruise in April is that my mom is traveling separate than my family and we all want to switch to a different ship in April. My family is sailing again in December so we could use the cruise credit. If If my mother were issued the credit it would basically go unused because she Probably won’t use it. It may not work out to do the above options.
  13. My question is a little bit different than what the responses are. I’m not talking about canceling and booking later I’m talking about simply switching between one ship and another ship immediately.
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