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Old November 9th, 2010, 06:01 PM
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I think what will happen if they have to cancel some upcoming cruises and they most certainly will, Carnival will probably offer to fully paid guests the option of full refund regardless of cancellation window or they will offer to rebook them to a future cruise at a discount. Even if you dont have insurance you wont lose money at least as far as the cruise itelf goes. Air and hotel may be a different story. My uneducated guess says minimum 3 weeks out of service.
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