Looking Ahead to 2020

What cruises do you have planned? Where will you be visiting? What are you most excited about? Share your 2020 travel plans and dreams!

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We set sail in 10 days for our first B2B and then do it again in October. We actually planned and booked the October cruises first and then decided to change our 8 day January cruise to a B2B. Can't wait!Love

In 2020 we’ll be joining friends and family on some cruises – the Caribbean in February on Carnival Magic and November on Celebrity Apex; Canada and New England in September on Brilliance of the Seas – but our personal goal is to try some new-to-us cruise lines this year!

We’ll be sailing to Bermuda with Oceania aboard Insignia in August and we’re planning to cruise with Hurtigruten aboard Roald Amundsen to South and Central America in April for our first taste of expedition cruising! And we’ll be on the lookout for the right opportunities to experience more cruise lines for the first time as well!

2020 is shaping up to be another wonderful year of amazing travel experiences! Big Smile

3 cruises; NCL Encore in 53 days, NCL Pearl right after that, and HAL Koningsdam to Hawaii in Nov.

We have a B2B on the Carnival Legend for May, 2020- a 22 day cruise. Have not cruised in close to 4 years. So looking forward to it.

4 years .. that will make this one all the sweeter. Hope you have a great cruise

In 74 days in March we have a 10 day on the NCL Gem. Have been wanting this cruise on this ship for a few years now and finally pulled it together. Going to stop at St Kitts and St Lucia which are 2 of the islands neither of us has been to but both of us have been wanting to see.

Cruising in September 2020 with Carnival. It will be our third cruise and first time with Carnival. We'll be in the Southern Caribbean on the Fascination (which I've heard mixed reviews on). We don't mind that it's a smaller, older ship because we're so excited to visit all the islands on this itinerary! We've cruised with NCL and RCL and enjoyed both a lot but were surprised that the only people who would chat with us were fellow Canadians lol

The Fascination is a lot smaller ship than you probably have sailed on. This can be a plus for several reasons. The crew is a closer unit because there is only one crew community area. The senior staff doesn’t have a separate area for relaxation. There are fewer passengers , always a plus. Be sure to all the way aft on the Lido deck when using the buffet. There are two outdoor eating areas that we find most enjoyable. Enjoy!

A great way to make up for lost cruise time. Enjoy your adventure. Glad to hear that you finished all the home improvement projects. If I remember correctly, that is what you needed to do before cruising.

In March our family cruise on Liberty of the Seas, and November, a return cruise on Celebrity Edge.

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