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  1. it's all over cruise critic, do some research https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/cruise/index.html
  2. this ain't 2/22 Dorothy, the virus was full blown mid March
  3. We have a European River cruise July 20 and am not optimistic. Europe is way ahead of the U.S. curve and Ama Waterways has cancelled through June 30.
  4. My T.A. says let them cancel and you will have better options. Ama also offered 115% FCC. Our cruise is July 20 and final payment is due May 20. We will wait and see if we know more.
  5. semantics, I think you knew what I meant
  6. When someone goes to the casino and cashes them out and doesn't spend money on the cruise, 100%. Understand, you are asking per year and most people use OBC correctly probably around 30%.
  7. still not sure I would be comfortable with a couple of thousand people. The article does not allude to the actual reduced capacity.
  8. are there different OBCs? I have heard of people going to casino, play some slots and cash out the OBC. I would think with the extra large OBC being offered, like $600. I don't think Carnival would allow you to just cash out $600. Definitely would not be in their best interest if the money was not spent "on board"
  9. you really are cutting it close, I would expect extra screening and long lines at LAX, good luck
  10. This is posted on another shareholder thread: https://www.carnivalcorp.com/static-files/50351a91-4dc0-4f6b-bfec-684647e6129f
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