RCCL Modifies Shore Excursion Policy.

(and another cruise line joins the modification policy)


8 Answers

It makes sense -- the cruise lines need time to re-sell the tickets.

You can probably thank those that sign up for everything they might be interested in, and not decide until the day before, thereby locking up slots on the tours they don't take.

And your response makes perfect sense as well! I had not thought of that aspect (since I have never canceled an excursion I signed up for). Thanks!

I've never done it either, but I have heard of people signing up for several cruises at one time, reserving the good cabins, and then later deciding which one they want, cancelling the restSad

I just figure it happens with excursions as well.

I agree and I still think it's a generous policy.

I have no problem with the new policy. I rarely if ever cancel an excursion.

I haven't cancelled any excursions.

The new policy looks fair to me.

The new policy makes complete sense to me too.


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