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The default is non-refundable so you have to request refundable or be careful to select the refundable check box as you go through the booking process on their website.     

Most suites require non-refundable deposits.

Refundable deposit rates are typically a higher cost.

It can vary by region so make no assumptions if you are not in the U.S.

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Per current NA rules (I think they also apply to the UK but I could be wrong), if you book a cruise with a non-refundable deposit and cancel that cruise under the parameters of Cruise With Confidence, you would get a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) for the amount of your deposit.  If you booked a refundable deposit, you would be eligible for a full cash refund or 125% FCC.

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