Thread: NCL Dream
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Old August 16th, 2005, 12:39 PM
newmexicoNita
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Default Re: NCL Dream

TW, as I understand it, not only is NCL allowing anyone to cancel up to the last minute with no penalties they have been giving on board credits or certificates for $200 and $300 per cabin. Just read a similar complaint about Celebrity about missing a port on a TA cruise and no compensation was offered. I am glad I have no clients sailing the Dream between now and the end of the Alaskan season, am glad I am not, but I think NCL is handlin the situation about as well as they can. What would you suggest they do? It is a tough one to answer: I am happy being a TA and would not want to be part of the upper management at NCL right now. NMNita
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