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  1. I just submitted a lift and shift online for my 11/1/20 Anthem TA. I was in a Studio Balcony, so curious to see how this works out. SB are sold out on 2 of the 3 ships I picked and the other doesn't offer them. Should be interesting.
  2. This is the email they sent me in December, Hello, Thank you for your email. Please note that because you are booked through xxxxx.com, access online is not possible. Also, as this is an unique 14 night sailing – and as well complete 2021 addition items are not fully in our system/available. If you wish to add shore excursions – these are available on board as well.
  3. Hi Stan I really haven't looked at tours other than making a few notes when I booked several months ago. Planning to arrive a few days early. Wondering if I can do Santorini or Mykonos. Will be looking at ferry schedules to see if it makes sense to do it pre or post cruise I booked with a online TA and Celestyal said I wouldn't be able to see my information on their website. So anything I want to add to my booking has to go through my Ta, seemed strange, but I'm sure it will work out.
  4. Yes, I'm booked on that same cruise!! Really looking forward to it. I'm not sure why they dont offer it as one cruise on their website. Will look at some private excursions for Isreal Jeff
  5. On their website you can’t book any September cruises, so they might extend the suspension until October.
  6. I think the cruise lines know they aren't sailing in 2020, so this gives them time to collect deposits, final payment and cruise planner funds. If they had a viable plan to cruise,it would be on the desk of the CDC. This "voluntary" extension gives them time
  7. I wonder how much can a cruise line get when scrapping a ship. I see CC did an article a few months ago on details of the process, but curious how much can a line get for a scrapped Fantasy or Sovereign class ship. Any insight Chief? https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=5212
  8. I'm only seeing 6 night sailings so far. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruises/itinerary/6-night-western-caribbean-from-fort-lauderdale-on-allure/AL06FLL-2770783997?sail-date=2022-04-10&currency=USD&country=USA&dates_maxDate=04%2F30%2F2022&dates_minDate=01%2F01%2F2022&ecid=sl_mdt_shrdln__4645
  9. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruise-with-confidence
  10. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruise-with-confidence Concerned about traveling? Looking for flexibility in your plans? We get it. Whether you’re already booked on a cruise, or are thinking about it, we want you to Cruise with Confidence. That’s why Royal Caribbean will let you cancel any cruise that sets sail from now through April 30, 2022. Whether it’s a booking you already have or one you make right now through August 1, 2020, you’re covered. As long as you cancel at least 48 hours before your sail date, you’ll receive a Future Cruise Credit. The credit can be used toward any cruise that sets sail through December 31, 2021 or 12 months from your cancellation date – whichever is further.
  11. http://crew-center.com/royal-caribbean-use-three-australia-based-cruise-ships-repatriate-crew-members-home
  12. I really wouldn't expect anyone answering phones, would have the ability to get an answer about what will happen when cruises resume. That's something, hopefully, all cruise lines/ health organizations will figure out and have a Uniform requirement. They stopped "voluntarily" but my guess, and it's a huge guess, but when they resume the CDC/WHO will get involved in issuing guidelines or at the very least suggestions for the cruise lines.
  13. Carnival Cruise Lines will be making an announcement this week.
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