Cruising Post COVID

Anyone else curious about how the cruise line industry or cruising in general will change post COVID-19?

This is not a meant to be a political question, just a question out of curiousity.

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No did not see that announcement. Ours is Sept 8 out of NY. Hoping things are good by then. This one offered everything we wanted and the price was fantastic so figured we had to take a chance as we really had nothing to loose on it.

The email included a pdf of his letter describing the "update" to the POM policy extending it to 11/30. She got it under her ID#, I didn't....so there may be some logic to it but I have no idea how its rolling out. there may be an update on their website...either way...she's antsy about the 11/29 cruise out of NOLA...yours is almost 2 mos earlier out of NY...sure can pick em can't we.....

Well ... as I said .. the price blew me away (1/2 of what it would be in 2021 and that one only 7 days and not 9) for the itinerary and not like I have anything to lose. Worst case scenario I have more FCC to book and am disappointed that I miss another one. My feeling will heal .. lol. ... and .. I get to sail the Encore (I hope).

NCL may cancel or change .. I hope not but .. hey might as well .. I put it down to lock down fever .. shack wacky .. lol

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