NCL Cancellations

NCL just came through with the (expected) cancellations through April. Now in a panic cancelling other related reservations and plans and working with Amy to reschedule for next year.

I am sure I will get to take this 2020 cruise someday!Big Smile

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The situation is fluid to say the least. As it happens we have nothing with NCL in 2021....we did, once upon a time. I suspect the situation can be tough enough to adjust plans on veteran cruisers...others, only worse. good luck...

All cruise lines will follow suit. We are not anticipating cruising til Spring of 2022 at the earliest. Hopefully by then the world may be semi-normal.

I am beginning to think I may need to add ... taking a cruise ... to my bucket list and hope we can do so ....

Nonononono....no need to put it on THAT list...we'll be asea again....this is the first time I'M actually looking forward to a shot (Thurs)....and believe me I've had a few...

So sorry! The April factor seems to be affecting our American Riverboat cruise as well. We have been sent an email letting us cancel with no penalty (usually a $250/pp) for all cruises through the end of April. This cancellation with no penalty is only good if taking a voucher for a future cruise to be taken before the end of 2021.

We've got another scheduled in November (Princess Panama Canal) we hope will be a go.

At least with the 30% discounted fares (after raising the prices by -- you guessed it -- 30%, it is close to a break-even deal for the NCL replacement cruise next year.

You noticed eh????they think we can't do simple arithmetic..or compare prices from one cancelled cruise to the next??? mebbe its an affliction shared by folks with too many cruises under their belts....

Not sure how it happened, but between Amy and NCL, they were able to find an extra $500 in FCC funding, so I am now a happy camper with a February 2022 cruise booked! (Please don't rain on my parade with the Covid - hopefully it will be controlled by then Big Smile

Until we get this virus under control, this may be the norm. Hopefully with the vaccines coming out, we can all get back on a ship soon!

Hopefully there will still be a cruise industry by year's end

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