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Makes sense JusMe. But with that in mind then I certainly must question the ethics and moral standards of the cruise lines. I have (had) a cruise to NE Canada booked for sailing Sept 8. On Friday the Canadian gov banned all ships with overnight accommodations that carry more that 100 passengers from Canadian waters through Oct 30. This effectively means that my cruise and any other Canada NE cruise sailing before Nov 1 is a no go. Yet yesterday I went onto the NCL web sight and I was still able to purchase a cruise within this time from and they would happily take my money for a cruise they already know that they are unable to deliver on. This is tantamount to fraud or at least bait and switch. I agree that with the announcement being made on a Friday afternoon that by Saturday afternoon it is too early to have any answers BUT they should at the least stop selling cabins for the affected cruises as many of those are after final payment date, I am sorry but that is just not right,
UTTERLY OUTRAGEOUS! I went and logged in to my account, and yep, they're still advertising those NE/CANADIAN cruises, that actually don't exist. I assume a person could click on em and book em. That announcement was Fri...this is SUN afternoon!!!!