Interesting new policy for NCL on cancelations

NCL chief FDR has stated no more FCC. Instead they say they will issue cash refunds for any cancelations.

https://www.travelweekly.com/Cruise-Travel/Norwegian-CEO-Refunds-make-more-sense-for-us-than-credits

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That means the rest will bail also.....Crying

Just received an email today from my NCL casino host notifying me our cruise to Alaska in June had been canceled (I guess because Canada is on lock-down). We were offered the option of rebooking the same cruise for 2022 including the FCC and the same airfare from the east coast to Seattle. I immediately accepted the new cruise date. I have 2 other cruises scheduled for September and December 2021, at this rate I don’t feel confident they won’t get canceled too. So locking up bookings in 2022 important., especially if they are going to have limited capacity. I already have a 10 day rebook for March 2022. Still questionable if cruises longer than 7 days will be sailing by then. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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