Cruise Restart: Are you Cancelling or Sailing?

Are you Cancelling or Sailing?

  • Love it! Keeping our cruise and booked more!

    Votes: 22 7.1%
  • I'm ok with the protocols, keeping our cruise

    Votes: 102 33.1%
  • Don't love the protocols, but keeping our cruise

    Votes: 42 13.6%
  • We are cancelling

    Votes: 57 18.5%
  • Wait and see...

    Votes: 85 27.6%

  • Total voters
    308

DCLPrincess

Gone to the Dark Side
Joined
Jul 5, 2018
I'm keeping my Nov cruise. I'm fully vaccinated and I went to WDW last September and the protocols were similar to this and I had a great time. And back then you had to wear a mask outdoors. If I had to get tested I would probably cancel. I can't imagine getting denied boarding the day of especially if you had kids.
 

mom4fun

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 28, 2012
I’m with the wait and see crowd since my cruise isn’t until late spring of 2022. If it was coming up soon, I would definitely cancel. No way would I go on a cruise with so much scheduling of the basics like pool time. Not having new shows each night is a big deal to me too. There are too many completely normal land vacations available right now for the whole family to enjoy with no restrictions.
 

Jimmy Vegas

Earning My Ears
Joined
Oct 20, 2016
I'm on the Sep 10th sailing and I have until Aug 6th to cancel with refund. I'm really on the fence about it because my family is vaccinated except my 8 year old who would be subject to the testing. Might be worth it for the Castaway double dip which hasnt yet happened for my cruise as it did the earlier sailings. I will probably cancel but I'm going to wait until next week to think it over and see if anything changes like the Castaway double dip.
 

jrapps

DIS Veteran
Joined
Apr 21, 2012
I'm on the Sep 10th sailing and I have until Aug 6th to cancel with refund. I'm really on the fence about it because my family is vaccinated except my 8 year old who would be subject to the testing. Might be worth it for the Castaway double dip which hasnt yet happened for my cruise as it did the earlier sailings. I will probably cancel but I'm going to wait until next week to think it over and see if anything changes like the Castaway double dip.
We are in the exact same situation. On Sept 3rd Dream. Whole fam vaccinated except 8yr old. We were originally on fence but decided to keep it. My son is awesome at wearing his mask and we around so many unmasked people on land, we feel it's just as safe if not safer on the ship.
 

RachR75

Earning My Ears
Joined
Aug 1, 2021
I don't really care about the masks (we wear them everywhere anyway), but everything else that my family loves about cruising . . . the flexibility of dropping in at the Oceaneer Club whenever the mood strikes, character meet and greets, etc. . . . has been taken away. It is a wait for us. Too expensive of a trip for so much to have been lost. My husband and I are both vax, kids are not yet eligible.
 

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