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mook1525

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  1. So.. do we need to submit a reimbursement form to insurance company?? How exactly will they cover it?
  2. Yes 2022 price is very high compared to 2019 but we all expected it due to pent up demand
  3. I would never go to specialty restaurants to pay extra money for a meal. WindJammer, solarium, dog house, park cafe, MDR… all free meals are delicious enough to me.
  4. They approve 8 night itinerary but they still don’t approve sailing ? come on CDC throw away CSO and let them sail.
  5. Will there be any kind of outcome today? If so what time? thanks
  6. 2 weeks ago I spent 3 days at Great Wolf Lodge where they have.... in-freaking-door pool for guests. I never left the indoor resort for 3 days and still have no idea why entire cruise industry is shut down. just boggles my mind
  7. What makes you think they will use card that can be faked? i don’t know what it will be but I am sure they will come up with the idea/system to verify vaccinations have been done. no need to worry about something that hasn’t been decided
  8. Yeah I really like what/how they are doing it. hope We can cruise by September 2021
  9. I agree. I just don’t understand their hatred/ignorance/inaction against cruise industry.
  10. I just hope no mask mandate if vaccinated AND tested negative prior to embarkation. I spent many hours on pool deck and wearing mask there would be a deal breaker to me
  11. To me, absence of water/dry slide is a huge deal breaker. My two kids and I ride slides al most all day lol if Odyssey had any slides, it would have been my dream ship.
  12. What about mandatory mask on pool deck? Any of you willing to do that too? Just curious
  13. Passengers should be tested for COVID-19 between five days and 24 hours prior to boarding and share a negative result with the cruise operator. At embarkation passengers should undergo an additional health screening. Crew members should be tested between five days and 24 hours before leaving their home. After receiving a negative result, they should quarantine on board for seven days and take another test before beginning duties with a negative result. Passengers and crew should undergo a daily temperature check. Passengers and crew should wear a face mask or cloth covering in accordance with CDC guidelines. Ships should have lowered crew and passenger loads. Cruise lines should implement shorter sailing itineraries. Cruise operators should also implement contact-free check-in. Increased sanitation on board and in ports should be implemented with attention paid to both low-touch and high-touch areas. What will happen to pools and hot tubs?
  14. ....I'd gladly take nassau-freeport-Jamaica at this point.
  15. all things considered, I think there is a good chance it will never go away.
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