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  1. Today, April 7, 2019 as I write this I *should* be sipping a beverage having boarded Liberty of the Seas in Galveston, TX. Mother Nature had other plans. Instead of a cruise live blog, I thought I'd do something different. An "OMG I missed my cruise and need to file an insurance claim" live blog. If interested, follow along with me on this journey as I file my first ever insurance claim for missing a cruise, live as it unfolds. Today's Itinerary: 4am Depart home on way to airport 6:15am Board aircraft 6:16am Score awesome 1st row seat on Southwest Airlines with a
  2. We have booked Cuba for 01/20/20 and are considering if we need to purchase travel insurance from an outside vendor. Arch RomeRight & CF Travel Insured. Any thoughts?
  3. My wife and I usually drive to the port in Galveston when we cruise, so we have never purchased travel insurance. We are about to book a cruise on Harmony out of Florida and so we will be purchasing the insurance this time around. My question is should we book it through Royal Caribbean or go with an outside company? The cost from Royal Caribbean is $118.00 for the two of us. Is this a competitive rate and also competitive coverage?
  4. Changing topics for a moment, with 4 cruises in 12 months have you considered an annual travel insurance plan? The one I just bought isn't calendar year (Jan - Jan) but from the month coverage begins and for 12 months after. Sure beats buying insurance each time. While shopping the other day I came across a Canadian version. If you purchase with coverage starting in Aug. '17 you would be covered through Aug. '18. EDIT - Note - This thread was split from within an unrelated thread since it was getting far off topic.
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