Anyone else NOT canceling their cruise over Covid-19?

Hi, I'm about to go on my honeymoon on a Norwegian cruise line out of Miami. I know it's risky, but plans were made 7 months ago, and I want to take the risk. Special music cruise too! Anyone else defying the State Dept's warning?

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So far we are still taking ours in early May. I honestly haven't had the time to try to call Carnival to find out if I'd even qualify to reschedule etc (booked using future cruise credit)..and I feel as of right now, as long as we keep drilling it into our 5 year old sons head you have to wash you hands a bunch of times every single day not just after potty breaks, i think we will be fine. If Carnival cancels all cruses then of course we won't go, but until then, the count down is on!

If others want to cancel, that is their prerogative..just leaves more room for us to eat, drink and play mini golf a million times Happy

One cruise in March, two in April, one in May (that includes Italy) and more after those. Never considered cancelling for a moment and can’t wait to sail!

Not cancelling our 2021 cruise, or the cruise Monique has booked for Alaska this summer.

Thought I'd put this here to put a smile on your faces,

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I just got off the Bliss, no issues.

No plans for cancelling my May cruise, but hoping for an easy upgrade due to all those that are!Big Smile

I'm trying to rebook our cruise from next week from Miami, but MSC doesn't allow it. We are travelers from Europe, the flight to US (and then back) is a little bit risky at this moment (and not recommended by CDC and U.S. State department, which can affect assurance conditions).

MSC offered rebooking for European customers on cruises in Europe, for US customers in US, but not for European customers having US cruise at this moment.

But I see a lot of MSC commercials about great sales … Thank you, I need to rebook my cruise only. I paid for it.

We cruised 5 times on MSC ships. Never more.

Up till now we were going but now we are on the fence. Humm...

MSC Opera is in Mediterranean, all Italian ports are closed now, they were refused from Malta, some Greece ports … The Spanish and German ports will follow, I think. Cruise in Europe will be really funny thing next days.

I love this.. I really don't understand the reason all the TP is being sold out..I guess people are afraid of a poopocalypse now too?

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