Looks like no cruising untill at least the end of July

Just saw the latest from the CDC. No cruising extended for 100 days ... or until pandemic is declared over.


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Yeh, sad...look at TARGET DATE 5/12 thread for a few comments too. oh well...…….glad I'm all done calling NCL and CCL...I think they're going to be busy....I didn't realize there are 80k crew still aboard...upon reflection, the number might be even higher...sooooooooo...Im glad I didn't pull the trigger and use that FCC yet...NCL will have to keep adjusting methinks...my next one is NOV, isn't yours too?

Wow 80000 crew on board.

I know this may sound bad of me, but I was hoping to snag a cheap July 4th cruise, but totally understand the ruling.

We have cancelled ALL our plans for Staycation, Vacation, Time shares and cruises for 2020. I'm hoping there are no surges in the pandemic later this year to effect our Feb 2021 cruise on Princess. Industries all over the north here are badly affected by the restraints on businesses and stores. Millions will be jobless, even for a few months. I keep wondering what the whole planet will look like when we come out the other side of this.

Depressing, and yet the market keeps rising...hard to understand it, unless its just bargain hunters. I'm trying to find the article I read someplace...since the ships are empty, the crews are staying in passenger cabins...…..

In the words of John Prine, " It's a big, old goofy world."

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