Carnival's latest cancelations

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Thanks for sharing

Going to be the trend for a while yet.

Sure is...doesn't affect us yet our first up nov 27 out of Galveston...IF.....

BTW: sorry about the misspelling. oops!

Assuming no further cancellations, our June 19 sailing on the Mardi-Gras would now be the fourth cruise after it re-starts. Still keeping our fingers crossed, but it's not looking good. We were hoping vaccine distribution would be in full swing before then, and they would insure the lines start up. Now we're not as confident about that, especially since there's talk about the new strains of the virus may possibly be resistant to the current vaccines. Feels like waiting for another shoe to drop. Just gotta keep the faith.

Hi, thanks for letting us know. My first cruise this year is no until May, sailing from Liverpool so fingers crossed.

Thank you for that information.

I can't wait for the day when we can all cruise again! I miss it so much!

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