Anyone Familiar with Cruise Insurance when the Cruiseline Cancels?

SO, like everyone else, Our cruise for April 25th has been canceled, with 125% FCC.

With the cruise line canceling, and issuing FCC, does that make an Insurance claim not a possibility? Really wondering, because with Excursions, Airfare, Drink package, and the Cruise itself, I prolly have 4 stacks tied up in Credits, and it would be nice to recoup some of those funds...

Anyone have any experience?

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Then you’ll receive 100% back. It wasn’t NCL for us, this time.

Thanks for the clarification. We got or will get everything back shortly. we got everything we actually paid, including NCL's CRUISENEXT coupons, and per their email, we expect to get the ins back by the 10th. I was confuzzled about the use of the word "immediately", but it wasn't from NCL. My fault. I'm sure somewhere in your cruiseline's communiques they define what "immediately" means. Like I posted, I'm in no hurry to use the FCC until I'm convinced I'm getting the best bang for the buck.

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