EricS14 says ...
Cancun was the reason we booked the cruise since we were celebrating our 25th year anniversary. However, NCL cancelled cancelled Cancun 2 days before our departure date citing `Wilma hurricane damage'. We were offered 2 options 1) Refund of 12.95 per person (port tax) 2) Full refund with 24 hour notice. We already had purchased non-refundable airline tickets so we decided to take the cruise. We feel that NCL knew about the port closure when they took the booking but didn't say anything
Visited: Apr 08, 2006
Topic: General Discussions
Posted: 3 months ago
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