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Old 10-15-2020, 11:44 AM   #1
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2022 bookings start the 19th. Just got the email release today.

But so disappointed. because my wife is a teacher, we have to travel spring break. 2021 spring break on fantasy is western on March 27.
in 2022 spring break on fantasy is again western on March 26. Usually they alternate -but just so bummed.

Likely i'll switch my 2022 Fantasy to whatever one of the inaugural sailings is on the new ship Wish. and not cruise on spring break.
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Old 10-15-2020, 12:16 PM   #2
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Default DCL releases Early 2022 Dates

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Old 10-16-2020, 07:36 AM   #3
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We too will look at the next round of itineraries for summer '22 and hope to sail on the Wish. I know they were hoping to set sail in early '22 but of course was delayed. Summer could work for us.
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Spring is never a good time for us. There are a few itineraries I would like for a quick escape if everything were fine, but it's going to be a long way off before we know that.

Most distressing is that the Panama Canal cruises seem to be pulled firmly into Lent now. I just can't get away then, and I would love to do PC on a Disney ship. Some day.

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I like that they have once monthly 3-night Castaway Cay only itineraries in Jan, Feb, Mar and Apr 2022. I love a day at sea and it is a nice long weekend getaway.

I feel that I need to move our 8-night Northern European cruise from Aug 2021 to the following summer. It is too much money for too much uncertainty for travel next summer. I am hoping the Summer 2022 itineraries are out before the PIF date in mid March. If not, my TA will have to find a temporary home for the $ since we are concierge and cancelling is not an attractive option.

In the meanwhile, I will keep my fingers crossed for the early November 2021 3-night Castaway Cay only cruise that we have booked and maybe add on a similar one in early 2022 with my BFF to replace the May 2020 cruise that was cancelled. That depends on price. I experienced some sticker shock looking at one night pre-cruise stay at the Contemporary on Thursday, Nov 4, 2021. $670?!?!
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Spring is never a good time for us. There are a few itineraries I would like for a quick escape if everything were fine, but it's going to be a long way off before we know that.

Most distressing is that the Panama Canal cruises seem to be pulled firmly into Lent now. I just can't get away then, and I would love to do PC on a Disney ship. Some day.

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March Double Dip looks interesting - but as much as we love to cruise, we are definitely not ready to book anything
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March Double Dip looks interesting - but as much as we love to cruise, we are definitely not ready to book anything
I wouldn't want to book a cruise until I knew completely what it would be like. For me, food and entertainment are key parts of the experience. I don't know how they will manage that on the ships.

Rumors also are that people will not be allowed to disembark to explore ports on their own. They must be a part of an excursion, which may have very limited offerings.

I can't even imagine how they would manage pools and such with little else to do and the likely being the one place people can be unmasked (though possibly not unless physically in the pool).

That's not the kind of traveling I want to do.

Until we can cruise normally, any travel we take will be to a specific destination where we can manage things on our own. I'm fine with wearing masks in public, social distancing, etc., but I don't want a vacation in which that is 24/7 and there is essentially no escape.

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Old 10-17-2020, 02:25 PM   #10
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I wouldn't want to book a cruise until I knew completely what it would be like. For me, food and entertainment are key parts of the experience. I don't know how they will manage that on the ships.

Rumors also are that people will not be allowed to disembark to explore ports on their own. They must be a part of an excursion, which may have very limited offerings.

I can't even imagine how they would manage pools and such with little else to do and the likely being the one place people can be unmasked (though possibly not unless physically in the pool).

That's not the kind of traveling I want to do.

Until we can cruise normally, any travel we take will be to a specific destination where we can manage things on our own. I'm fine with wearing masks in public, social distancing, etc., but I don't want a vacation in which that is 24/7 and there is essentially no escape.

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