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Old 09-25-2005, 11:56 PM
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I am wondering, Is this type of service indicative of just NCCL or is it similar with other cruiselines such as Carnival? I was seriously considering booking a cruise with NCCL but this thread has me thinking twice.
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Old 09-26-2005, 05:05 AM
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Do you mean RCCL? To be honest no I don't think this is indicative of any cruise line. I just got some hard a** that wanted to win, not make a fair settlement. When his superiors found out what was going on they put an end to the problem.

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Old 09-26-2005, 05:06 AM
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Are you considering a cruise on Royal Caribbean (RCCL) or Norwegian (NCL)? Since you typed NCCL, but it is posted on a Royal Caribbean thread, I am not sure what you meant. There is a big difference between these two lines. There are isolated incidents on ALL cruise lines where guests have had problems with their travel arrangements, but there are ways to eliminate many of these problems by being proactive. First, use a reputable cruise specialist travel agent. They can be your best ally if a problem does occur. Second, plan to book air separately from the cruise lines. Third, plan to arrive at least 1 day early for your cruise. Finally, purchase third party insurance.
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Old 09-26-2005, 07:30 PM
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Sorry, yes, I ment to type RCCL, not NCL.
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Rick,
Are you considering a cruise on Royal Caribbean (RCCL) or Norwegian (NCL)? Since you typed NCCL, but it is posted on a Royal Caribbean thread, I am not sure what you meant. There is a big difference between these two lines. There are isolated incidents on ALL cruise lines where guests have had problems with their travel arrangements, but there are ways to eliminate many of these problems by being proactive. First, use a reputable cruise specialist travel agent. They can be your best ally if a problem does occur. Second, plan to book air separately from the cruise lines. Third, plan to arrive at least 1 day early for your cruise. Finally, purchase third party insurance.
Nancy
 
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