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Old 10-28-2008, 09:46 AM
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Hi guys

I read somewhere on cruisechat that if the prices went under $70 dollars carnival
will drop the fuel charges for future cruisers, or at least give us a onboard cruise credit.
Well the other day I was looking for a christmas cruise and I found a good deal on carnival victory when I was booking the reservation I discover that they still are charging the fuel supplement even on new bookings for this year.
As you know the fuel prices drop on to dramatic prices this morning as I the news said this morning, around $56 dollars per barril of crude oil,
So carnival what are you waiting for
RCCL is already doing something about this...


Just a note:

Do anyone knows the limit (months) of time for a pregnant women to travel on a cruise ship??
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Old 10-28-2008, 09:46 AM
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Hi guys

I read somewhere on cruisechat that if the prices went under $70 dollars carnival
will drop the fuel charges for future cruisers, or at least give us a onboard cruise credit.
Well the other day I was looking for a christmas cruise and I found a good deal on carnival victory when I was booking the reservation I discover that they still are charging the fuel supplement even on new bookings for this year.
As you know the fuel prices drop on to dramatic prices this morning as I the news said this morning, around $56 dollars per barril of crude oil,
So carnival what are you waiting for
RCCL is already doing something about this...


Just a note:

Do anyone knows the limit (months) of time for a pregnant women to travel on a cruise ship??
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Old 10-28-2008, 12:59 PM
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Cas,

Here is a link to the update they posted today about the fuel supplement.

Dwayne
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Old 10-28-2008, 01:05 PM
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Do anyone knows the limit (months) of time for a pregnant women to travel on a cruise ship??


Cas,

The current policy for Carnival is they cannot sail if 24 weeks or more on date of embarkation. If less than 24 weeks, they must submit a letter from the attending physician prior to departure certifying the gestational period and that the expecting mother is fit to sail.

Dwayne
 
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