Cruises Booked, Planned and Wishful Thinking

When we all aren't booking and planning our cruises, we live vicariously through those that are. This thread is for those that want to share their plans.

We are booked on the new NCL Encore for 7 days on February 23

We are planning an 18 day RT San Diego to Hawaii next November 3.

What do you guys have going on!

48 Answers

Booked:

Nov. 2019, Norwegian Encore, 3-nt Bahamas

Dec. 2019, Azamara Journey, 5-nt Caribbean

Feb. 2020, Carnival Magic, 6-nt Caribbean

Aug. 2020, Oceania Insignia, 7-nt Bermuda

Sep. 2020, Brilliance of the Seas, 10-nt Canada & New England

Nov. 2020, Celebrity Apex, 7-nt Caribbean

Nov. 2021, Viking Sky, 7-nt Mediterranean

Planning stages:

River cruise aboard AmaDouro in Portugal (fingers crossed)

Wish List:

As many cruises as we can fit in! Love

Very nice slate WeCruiseToo .. That is a lot of planning .. here is to wishing that all plans hold. Enjoy.

Thanks, OGW! We flew to Europe 5 times in 2019, I don’t think any went exactly as planned. Having a few closer to home will hopefully be a little less stressful.Wink

Missed sailing with you by a month.Surprised We are on the Magic in January.

I’m sure we’ll meet one day! Big Smile

We just have the Encore, Feb 23 for 7 nt and Koningsdam Nov 3 18 days San Diego-Hawaii

I am booked with my niece for her first cruise (#20 for me!) on Norwegian Bliss in Feb.!

My family and I are planning a cruise to Hawaii to celebrate my mom's retirement.

I would love to see The Eiffel Tower in Paris!

BOOKED:

Symphony OTS

April 25-May 2 2020 - 7 Day Western - 150 days!

Planning

Vision OTS

February 2021 10 Day Southern

Which will put us 2 points shy of Emerald!

Hoping to get a deal onboard Symphony for the Vision cruise...maybe a Junior Suite to really boost those cruise points...

Well, this is a first for me, I actually have 2 booked with deposits paid that I do plan upon going on, and one that I had booked a few months back with the minimal $100 deposit with NCL that I actually plan upon cancelling. Long story short, was not all that happy with my recent cruise to Bermuda on the Escape, so I will not be going on the other I had also booked with NCL for the Breakaway to Canada/New England next September. I truly did find a much better deal for a 9 night cruise with Royal Caribbean on The Adventure of the Seas, with what I feel will be better for my two grandkids. And then after I booked and paid the deposit on that one, I saw the steal of a deal for the transatlantic cruise onboard the The Anthem of the Seas for a twelve day deal in April of 2021. It will be for my granddaughters and my birthday (we were both born of April 2nd, and she will be turning 14 then). We have both been on the Anthem before, for a Bahamas cruise back in 2018, so I'm sure we will have a great time (even if the entertainment hasn't changed by then, though I am hoping it does). I have never been anywhere in Europe, so this will truly be my once in a lifetime dream vacation come true!

Does this count as a B2B? When we get off the Encore we are getting on the Pearl. Then we have the Koningsdam in November. That makes 3 and it is our maximum for the year.

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