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  1. Great news, but what about children and more importantly teens. My boy will be 16 this year in May. So far our country has not approved vaccines for 16+ although Pfizer has recommended their vaccine for 16+ Europe will begin to vaccinate all adults beginning Q3 with vaccines exceed supply by 200% in Q4. This is guaranteed. So we could look at Halloween cruises having been fully vaccinated. I presume the incidence of covid at that stage would be virtually 0 so a negative covid test for non vaccinated kids should be an option I hope.
  2. Ha why didn't I think of this. makes prefect sense. However I can't find another cruise that suits my son's school schedule at the moment. I'm waiting for school to announce next year's holiday schedule.
  3. Booked for May 21 but thinking of cancelling and rebooking for the October of the same year. If I cancel and they give me £600 in FCC can i use the FCC to make a deposit on the October cruise? thanks, John
  4. It is not yet proven that with the vaccine you can't catch or spread the virus sadly. Perhaps by September more studies will have been done. Still even with a vaccine 10% of those vaccinated will not be immune and can infect each other. It's wait and see but don't expect masks to go away this year even with mass vaccination programmes. I'm just hoping that their use outdoors on a ship can be relaxed as I really don't want to wear one sitting outdoors.
  5. I agree I would definitely cruise with a mask requirement but I would also definitely avail more of room service for my meals. For us we have spoiled ourselves with a Balcony so would not cruise unless we can afford one. I think a lot of studies have shown that the chance of infection in the open air is very limited and people would have to be inches away from you with no wind, therefore I think that once seated outside the mask requirement should be dropped. Also can we keep covid posts specifically in relation to cruising if possible, otherwise it quickly descends into political
  6. Really looking forward to have something booked going from Barcelona on Harmony, the ship I was on from Florida last August. Don't have to make the final payment until 13th March so we can see how it's progressing by then. However I did opt for the drinks package already as it was only £38 per night. Never seen it that low before. Anyone else feeling more upbeat since the vaccine announcements.
  7. Did they say US sailings only? I must have missed this part. I'm hoping European sailings begin also in March 2021.
  8. Good morning all from a sunny Belgium it's been 515 days since I disembarked from Explorer of the Seas in Southampton. I like RC blog for it's reliable no nonsense information but I am finding it quite US centric. Where can I find reliable information on possible start dates for European sailings. Are RC only starting in Europe when the US government says its ok? From what I can read they are starting worldwide on 1st December. Any reason to think this won't happen? Thanks J
  9. I fully agree however as a committed European I think we need to stop closing borders. There is frankly no evidence to suggest that me travelling from one location to another helps spread the virus. The virus is everywhere and people travelling will not make any significant difference.
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