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We know leisure for the "peasants" isn't a priority for those in charge, so we can only hope that this is the last chapter of cancelled sailings. Surprised

Starting to become skeptical about our Sept cruise and starting to wonder if I need to push to spring of 2022 and even that is risky. Vaccine delays already and I can only foresee more and the general populous might only start seeing it late summer here. Also consider Canadian ports are still closed and travel still limited and I foresee maybe Nov at the earliest before things start to normalize in this neck of the woods. Sigh....

Our next is end of NOV....(the countdown clock actually works)...it all depends on the vaccine..its clear that without it, we ain't sailing. All the companies in the world producing skeighty eight bazillion doses bought and paid for by the FED won't mean jack until they're in peoples arms...This really is a job for the military, not thousands of bureaucrats, each with a different set of "rules"....we see how THAT'S working out....

2022 seems to be a safer bet for cruising?

If thats a question...I wouldn't bet on ANYTHING. Besides, I've got 4 out there in 2022 as well as the next one in nov 2021...at this point Im going to start getting refunds instead of credits. but fortunately Im not at that point yet. They're not hanging onto my $$ for YEARS...

Our March cruise still hasn't been cancelled, but it is an 11 day sailing so there is no way that is happening. We settled on a 7 day in Sept, but it sails from Vancouver, so that probably isn't happening either.

Just can't put a thumbs up for this. I certainly hope something positive happens with at least one of these cruises.

Yeah .. I would not count on any Canadian ports to be open in Sept as it will take that long for the vaccine to filter down to the general populous and the Canadian gov has been very tight on it's borders since this all started. I would be skeptical of any cruise prior to 2022 involving Canada at this point.

Celebrity started cancelling '21 Med cruises.


Just can't put a like to this. Sad!SadCrying


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