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As of October 1, Carnival has not cancelled November 1 - December 31 sailings from Miami and Port Canaveral.  Almost all other Carnival cruises are cancelled until December 31 or later (MANY much later).  Would hope for a Royal Caribbean announcement, so can make plans around future booked cruises - such as flight, hotels, tours.

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44 minutes ago, Allen2 said:

As of October 1, Carnival has not cancelled November 1 - December 31 sailings from Miami and Port Canaveral.  Almost all other Carnival cruises are cancelled until December 31 or later (MANY much later).  Would hope for a Royal Caribbean announcement, so can make plans around future booked cruises - such as flight, hotels, tours.

Hotels are making it easier to cancel.  For those that might be questionable,  you can pay a refundable rate so booking hotels is a lower risk.   Airlines - if you book through the cruise line, you would get the same refund protection as its tied to the cruise, but lately even a couple of airlines have suspended change fees or penalties for cancellation.

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