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  1. Because the cruise line cancelled when you go to apply the FCC you will be able to move the money around between both guests in order to use it all up. The FCC can now cover the deposit but you must call in order to do this.
  2. You should be able to cancel under the CWC and get the FCC reissued with an expiry date of 12 Months from the date that you cancelled.
  3. The one under cruising power is for TA's. The other links on here should work but you may have to try a different browser.
  4. Seems to me that Royal is catering to both sets of customers extremely well especially on the Oasis And Quantum class ships. Suites are getting a lot more perks included With their fare than they would just through the loyalty program yet the loyalty program keeps that repeat business. There is absolutely no reason that the two totally separate programs cannot co-exist.
  5. Here it is right from Royal Caribbean Groups own corporate website. It’s just an operating name. RCCL still exists. My guess is that it was a whole lot cheaper to do it this way than to change the name on every legal document that had RCCL in it. https://presscenter.rclcorporate.com/press-release/109/royal-caribbean-group-sets-sail-with-updated-corporate-identity/ About Royal Caribbean Group Royal Caribbean Group (NYSE: RCL) is the operating business name for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Royal Caribbean Group is the owner of four global cruise vacation brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Silversea and Azamara. Royal Caribbean Group is also a 50% owner of a joint venture that operates TUI Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. Together, our brands operate 63 ships with an additional 16 on order as of July 10, 2020. Learn more at www.rclcorporate.com or www.rclinvestor.com.
  6. You can currently shift January through May 2021 to cruises January to April 2022
  7. Having your TA go into a restructuring could change that. The only way to know what your options are is to call Royal.
  8. These are about the lowest I’ve seen them. I would expect them to increase not go down.
  9. Did anyone really expect Royal to say anything other than the Empress is still in our fleet and we have no intentions of selling her when responding to inquiries about rumours. Like Hoopster95 stated “it’s lip service” Royal will continue to sell cruises on her up until the day that they announce that she is either being sold or scrapped which IMO will be before the fleet sails again.
  10. Silly question but why are the numbers reversed. To me it looks like 1” would be a lot more rainfall than 3”
  11. You are correct, the rules are very different. I would call Royal and explain the supituation and ask they the reservation gets released back to you.
  12. Unless things have changed the answer is no however exceptions are sometimes made and I could see them allowing an exception in the case of a B2B and treat it as one cruise especially if the new single cruise was the same length or close to the length of the original B2B Terms have not changed. 29. Can my client use more than one Future Cruise Credit to pay for his/her cruise fare? At this time, only one FCC can be applied to each guest in a reservation. Future Cruise Credits are not stackable.
  13. It’s your big box agent that is behind. Call them and let them know.
  14. I said this a while ago but once we saw the GT and passenger counts increase substantially for Icon class as well as the one comment from Nick Weir about having designers for the Icon class on board to see the Aquashow that the Icon class is just a redesign of the Oasis class much as the Freedom class was a redesign of the Voyageur class. This is just one more piece that confirms my suspicions.
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