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Wow loving all the responses so far, thanks all! If I lived closer to a port I would definitely be able to cruise more, but we're all the way up here in Seattle so all we really have is the Alaska sea

Oops.  I may have added another.  BUT...  in my defense it was on sale.  Think of the money I saved.  

currently  3 in 2021 5 in 2022 2 in 2023 The sad thing is I haven't been on a cruise since 2010!!!!  We decided in early 2019 we were going to cruise lots and have lost so many due

Wow, definitely jealous of those of you with double digit bookings!

We have four booked right now:

Sept 26th- Symphony

Oct 24th-   Oasis

Jan '22-       Anthem (11 nights)

Feb '22-      Oasis

 

Hoping to book the L.A./Navigator, Greek Islands, and Alaska cruises in 2022 and 2023.

 

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Sigh. I have 5 scheduled.

One on Carnival in October (my friend I'm going with is diehard Carnival so I thought what the heck, I'll try it). Then Liberty in Nov 2021, Adventure March 2022, Grandeur Sept 2022, and again Grandeur Oct 2022. 

I'm not holding my breath for the October, I am pessimistic about November, hopeful for March, and if we're not sailing by September 2022, I give up. 

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Wow loving all the responses so far, thanks all! If I lived closer to a port I would definitely be able to cruise more, but we're all the way up here in Seattle so all we really have is the Alaska season and we've been there a few times already. Nothing beats driving 40 minutes from home to port and jumping on a cruise ship! I wish we had some weekend sailings here. Back in 2018 we did a 3-night on Explorer to Victoria and back and it was so great!

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21 minutes ago, johnt83 said:

Wow loving all the responses so far, thanks all! If I lived closer to a port I would definitely be able to cruise more, but we're all the way up here in Seattle so all we really have is the Alaska season and we've been there a few times already. Nothing beats driving 40 minutes from home to port and jumping on a cruise ship! I wish we had some weekend sailings here. Back in 2018 we did a 3-night on Explorer to Victoria and back and it was so great!

We are in Florida but its still a 7 hour drive to Port Canaveral and a 9 hours to Miami.  We love the Seattle and Vancouver area!

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Have 3 with Royal and 1 with Princess this year and 1 with Royal and 1 with Princess early next year....so far. Since we have not had a vacation or day off since this pandemic started (blame the 24/7 work at home availability syndrome) the amount of days off keep adding on. My boss will start missing me when we finally get to sail.😄

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16 minutes ago, CrznTxn said:

Have 3 with Royal and 1 with Princess this year and 1 with Royal and 1 with Princess early next year....so far. Since we have not had a vacation or day off since this pandemic started (blame the 24/7 work at home availability syndrome) the amount of days off keep adding on. My boss will start missing me when we finally get to sail.😄

I think that's a pandemic in itself. I definitely have it and I've been working at home for nearly 9 years now! Which is why cruising is essential travel... just sayin' 😄

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3 hours ago, johnt83 said:

Wow loving all the responses so far, thanks all! If I lived closer to a port I would definitely be able to cruise more, but we're all the way up here in Seattle so all we really have is the Alaska season and we've been there a few times already. Nothing beats driving 40 minutes from home to port and jumping on a cruise ship! I wish we had some weekend sailings here. Back in 2018 we did a 3-night on Explorer to Victoria and back and it was so great!

I live Florida: hour from Lauderdale, 1 1/2 hrs from Miami or Canaveral. About 5 to Tampa. My other home is New Jersey . 45 minutes to  "Cape Liberty" ... Boat captain by trade I was so busy that it was tough to get more than a quick cruise per year. Figures I eased way back on my schedule to allow 4 or so per year easy and the virus hit...

 

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2 at this time in the books:

Symphony B2B in Sep/Oct 2021 (Eastern Caribbean week 1, Western Caribbean week 2)

Quantum in Aug 2022 (Alaska)

We'll likely squeeze in a Bermuda cruise sometime in 2022 and a East Coast/Canada cruise in 2023.

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5 hours ago, johnt83 said:

Wow loving all the responses so far, thanks all! If I lived closer to a port I would definitely be able to cruise more, but we're all the way up here in Seattle so all we really have is the Alaska season and we've been there a few times already. Nothing beats driving 40 minutes from home to port and jumping on a cruise ship! I wish we had some weekend sailings here. Back in 2018 we did a 3-night on Explorer to Victoria and back and it was so great!

I used to live in Seattle, and now in Montana.  It is always a pain flying from here and usually having several connections.  But, I want to travel, mostly cruises, so I deal with it.

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5 currently booked, but waiting for the June cruise to be cancelled, and not to optimistic about the Oct cruise either due to it being a 9 nt that sails before that elusive Nov 1st date. Fingers crossed for the Labor Day weekend Mariner cruise that was lift & shifted from 2020. Much more optimistic about our 2022 cruises. Gosh I miss cruising!

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5 "ish". We have FCC "floating" from one year ago, we lifted and shifted Anthem in April of 2021 to 2022. We will wait to apply the FCC to whichever cruise is most likely to  happen first. Odyssey is hopeful, Anthem in December??? That one I am not so sure about. 

Odyssey Dec 2021, solo trip - I have a hotel reserved and used ChoiceAir to book a refundable flight. 

Anthem Dec 2021, family Christmas cruise

Odyssey Feb 2022 - hubby gets to go on solo trip

Anthem April 2021, family

Allure April 2022, first and second week... refundable deposits on both weeks, school schedule will pick the week for us and we will cancel one week when we know - so no Junior Suite for Easter 2022. Refundable deposits are the new "norm" in our house!! Prices usually just go up and up, and we prefer adjoining rooms. 

Meanwhile, in upstate New York we will go camping and fishing multiple times this summer. We just have to stay on our side of the St. Lawrence River! 

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