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Old February 7th, 2013, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike M View Post
It isn't that easy. Most insurance policies don't pay for "I don't want to go." If the cruise departs then you go.

It is true that no one is forced to go on a cruise but that doesn't mean you'll get your money back if you don't.

The Ike cruise was a bad cruise. I do agree that when people have one or two small things go wrong and make a big stink about it then they are just complaining for the sake of complaining and everything else will be bad. I always wonder how they handle things in their daily lives.

Take care,

Something I learned recently (in case others do not know) ...Carnival's insurance does indeed cover ANY reason (even just changing your mind).....

you do not get your money back if you "just change your mind"...but you get 75% in a future cruise credit.

and this does not cost you any extra, it is in Carnival's regular policy.

If it is Carnival and it floats....we have sailed it!

Hubby ... DIAMOND (every ship except the Carnivale)
Me ... DIAMOND (every ship starting with the Tropicale)
20 year old son ... DIAMOND (every ship starting with the Tropicale...he is the only DOUBLE Milestone under the age of 21)
24 year old son ... DIAMOND
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