Cancellations through 30 Nov 20

Just received my email and text of doom. November is gone for Celebrity. Will take my 125% FCC into 2021.

Tags: Celebrity Cruises

7 Answers

You're in good company.

Wonder what the "furthest out" cruise is on ROSTERS...mebbe we should all sign up for it..heheheh

Cancellations for the forseeable future are the norm.

The month to month slips are arbitrary and not based upon meeting some condition or waiting for a palatable infection rate. Already had a number of bookings planned before the shutdown, but certainly will not plan anymore under the current arbitrary slip philosophy. Was willing to go through the haze of masks and screening and whatever else is required to ride the bubble, but that will wane also if some rational isn't developed for a restart and not just moving dates to the right.

I've received all my cancellations for 2020, I've rebooked for April with my fingers crossed. I've chosen a sailing out of my home port with an itinerary that I've been on before. I've chosen a spa cabin with the idea that I would probably stay on the ship during port days and hang out in the spa if there were no ship sponsored excursions I wanted to go on. We all should know by now that once cruising starts again there will be many changes, I've decided to go during this time of adjustment and I think I've made it as easy as possible for myself. I have a total of four cruises booked, I'm mostly concerned about the April 2021 one. Hopefully by Oct. 2021 we will be back to some kind of normal and that cruise. And we better by back to normal by my March 2022 and March 2023. Happy Cruising!!!

Way to go!....we discovered long time ago the hidden joys of staying onboard when 2/3 or more are gone....we have next one booked for 2/21...not holding out much hope for it. after that its NOV 2021...mebbe???

My TA is pretty bullish on early '21. I was expressing my concern with a Celebrity 3/21 cruise (11 day) and she said Carnival will begin test cruises in Nov (CDC permitting) - from 2 ports with 2 ships. RCG holding back until Dec. A month of trial short cruises then they plan to start normalizing (if protocols prove out) after the holiday season. We'll see if that "guess" holds out.

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