Latest Cruise Line Cancellation Policies: Coronavirus Update

Hi All! I wanted to make sure you read our new Advice article that came out this morning. https://cruiseline.com/advice/what-s-hot/news/latest-cruise-line-cancellation-policies-coronavirus-update

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Awesome Mich. You guys Rock!!

I agree. Thanks!

Thanks All! I wish we didn't need this as I know you all do, too!

Something new from Carnival: Guests who are 70 years and older, will be required to present a doctor's "fit to sail' letter at check-in, confirming they do not meet any of the health/medical criteria.
If you are unable to present this letter, you will not be allowed to cruise.

It is now official. Norwegian Holdings has suspended operations for all 3 lines, NCL, Oceania and Regent Seven Seas

NCL instituted the same policy yesterday. Those booked on a cruise were emailed letters.

MCS also now requires over 70s on Miami departures to have letter but any diabetics or other specific chronic conditions are banned on same departures. My departure is from France, the itinerary was changed from 3 Italian ports to now Morocco and the Spanish coast. Earlier today, Spain declared a national emergency. Oh, and if Copenhagen was on your cruise—Denmark is on lockdown.

I guess we will have very full ships this Autumn!Surprised

The article has been updated https://cruiseline.com/advice/what-s-hot/news/latest-cruise-line-cancellation-policies-coronavirus-update

We're trying to keep up Wink Have a great weekend all! Sending good thoughts!

We have a carnival cruise booked forJune 13th. At this time we need to cancel because I’m not sure if I will be teaching into the summer now. I know they have extended their future cruise credit if you cancel. My question is, does that include the $500 deposit? We have not paid for the cruise in full but the final payment is due in 2 weeks. Thanks for any help. I have tried calling but had to hang up after being on the line for an hour.

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