NCL is hinting that cruising will start soon

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Going to be a good start!Love

I do notice that there are no details YET. Sign up to be one of the first to get the details ... pre sales hype .. got to keep the masses interested somehow

TBD

I hope this is a good start to the year.

agree completely...got ANOTHER mailer from them yesterday...but y'know what? I'll play...so I signed up...now I'll get double mailers and phone calls.....

You'll be lucky if its only "double". Those sales agents have had a lean year year, and they're hungry.

agree completely...got ANOTHER mailer from them yesterday...but y'know what? I'll play...so I signed up...now I'll get double mailers and phone calls.....

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They (NCL) just announced more cancellations due to "redeployments".

Hmmmmmmm.............. on one hand their hinting at sailings starting soon while on the other they're cancelling cruises. No confusion being sown there. Yep, that lines management team are a bunch of marketing and PR geniuses.

Look, I realize the whole cruise industry is reeling, but a clear and concise message to their customer base is needed now more than ever.

Perhaps starting from a non-US port also?

I'm still booked on the Alaskan cruise for October 2021. As long as Canadian waters stay closed and the US doesn't waive the bizarre rule that a ship has to visit a foreign port (as I understand the rule) there won't be a cruise regardless of what the lines want to do. Am I missing something?

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