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  1. Beyond belief 10 years in the making Im booked on a RCI sailing out of LA! ?
  2. I understand A, B, and C but when I google choice D nothing comes up.??
  3. They are now on https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruises/?country=USA&departureCode_LAX=true
  4. I'm little surprised at the proposed rule, i'll have to look into that. Nuances? I think you are too kind in choice of words.? I know the port and city have approved rebates programs to entice cruise lines back. I would recommend looking into a direct to Long Beach.
  5. Before POLA took down their schedule they where showing a late October arrival NOS. Any new info on dry dock when and where?
  6. Galveston says it's time to sail. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24708-galveston-port-director-to-cdc-allow-phased-cruising-now.html
  7. You have my vote on altering then stacks and a PC transit. I think the delay on open bookings here is probably a ripple effect on the first big announcement decisions, but anything possible.
  8. Just got off the phone with D+ desk, First sailing out of LA is June 10th 2022 3 nights day 1 LA day 2 sea day day 3 Ensenada no pricing was available. Asked when they would go sale no timeframe was given just said a announcement would go out once they are open.
  9. Q class was built with the expansion of the canal in mind. Voyager class was built with never leaving the Caribbean.
  10. I was only referring to Celebrity. If my memory serves me correctly 2011 or 2012 the CARB rule went into affect, So Carnival and its brands retrofitted their older California based ships a long time ago. Most if not all home ports will have AMP capabilities and the next step after that will be for the port of calls to have it.
  11. Good catch, I just looked at the first couple of sailing. Mon and Fri departures reminded me of the Monarch of the seas 3/4 night sailing out of LA. Voyager class air draft is reported around 210ft, which comes from a Florida port study. Bridge of America clearance is reported around 201ft.
  12. The only new build that I know of (Celebrity press release) Apex , Was built with AMP capability.
  13. Celebrity Edge is showing up on a couple port Schedules in 2022 on the West Coast of the U.S. could be just a place holder for another ship.
  14. 3/4 night would suggest Catalina Island, Ensenada, and possibly San Diego based on past itineraries. (Monarch of The Seas)
  15. Ok, I see a potentail problem. Homeland Security applies the PVSA, the USGC (under the Department of Defense) applies the PVSA and the Jones Act. What the bill is applying if became law. It would be unlawful for Homeland Security to impose fines. (So are the cruise lines still violating the Act?) Well what if the USGS fined the cruise lines? According to the act only the Secretary of Defense can grant a waiver in a war time setting. Could and probably will be challenged in federal court.
  16. In the drop down menu you want to select November 2021, https://www.portsamerica.com/operations/cruise-los-angeles-terminal-schedule
  17. Keeping my fingers crossed April 2020 https://www.catalinachamber.com/community-information/catalina-cruise-ship-schedule/
  18. Well you can add the Royal Princess to that list 3/7 sailing cancelled.
  19. U.S. does not require a passport for a closed loop sailing but the foreign country you may be visiting on the sailing may require it. In that case you will need it or you could be denied boarding. Best advice is to get one.
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