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  1. I see what you did there, and yes I was able to duplicate as well. Thanks. Certainly makes for a lot of extra clicking if your surfing through different itineraries and haven't picked a specific date. There's several like this.
  2. Maybe this will simplify my point. Here's 2 ships leaving the exact same port on the exact same day . One gives you the times it will be docked in a particular port, and the other lists nothing. This is just a small sample of several I've found like this. As to what anyone will be allowed to do in May????? https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruises/itinerary/8-night-southern-caribbean-from-miami-on-brilliance/BR08MIA-3100968035?sail-date=2021-08-22&currency=USD&country=USA&dates_maxDate=05%2F31%2F2021&dates_minDate=05%2F01%2F2021 https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruise
  3. I'm not disputing what your saying regarding third party excursions, however you can find plenty of cruises in May that have times listed how long a particular ship is in port just as much as you can find cruises that don't list times at all. This is my point. As to what the rules will be then; who knows.
  4. There are several RC cruises throughout 2021 that have itinerary times posted showing how long a ship is in a particular port. Yet at the same time there are several itineraries with no times posted at all. Was wondering if anyone knew how far in advance does RC post their itinerary times they're in a port. We're looking at a spring 2021 cruise and we'd like to make certain shore excursion reservations but it makes it a little hard to choose when you don't know how long a ship is in a particular port.
  5. The same thing happened to my family (cruise in May cancelled; took FCC for July and... cancelled). So I feel for ya. Here's what Royal's not telling those who take the future cruise credit (as it was explained to me by travel agent). If you take the FCC it's immediately converted to a voucher just like an airline voucher. Once you convert to the FCC it really has no monetary value like you and I would think. This credit/voucher is only good from the company you purchased it from (American Airlines, Delta, etc.), or in this case Royal Caribbean. So anyone who took the FCC and is in a si
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