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Old April 17th, 2014, 06:53 PM
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Are they going to let us know? I just talked to Royal Caribbean and they didn't say a word. Just said ship was sold out so they took down cruise...The person I was talking to sent me a copy of my cruise document and it has us leaving England on the 27th and going straight to New Jersey... I hope they let us change as my daughter can't get off that many days... was really looking forward to the 4 day
This is why it's better to book with an agent because they are the first ones advised when an itinerary is changed. You should be receiving notification shortly. Just keep in mind when you call the reservation people; 1) you're talking to someone who works in a call center, 2) has worked for the company for less than 6 months, 3) is not a certified travel agent, and 4) has never been on a cruise or to any of the ports.

Often, what they tell you is not necessarily the most accurate information. As I always tell people, if you don't like what the reservation person is telling you, hang up and call back, you're bound to get a different answer.

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