Carnival Glory - May 31, 2020

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  • allilind415
    allilind415 April 11, 2020 8:07 am

    My husband and I are joining the three  70+ young ladies! My aunts and grandmother booked this deal and I am on the frontlines of Covid-19 and will need a much needed vacation so we are tagging along! I believe we will do Reef Rays and Rum Point! but not sure of other excursions! looking forward to a not so full ship!

  • tetrick5
    tetrick5 March 20, 2020 4:33 pm
    On 3/4/2020 at 3:42 PM, tetrick5 said:

    My son is getting married onboard May 31, 2020.  If you see a bride and groom with a large group it might be us:)   There are 25 people cruising with them.  My niece was married onboard over 18 years ago and it was such a fun wedding.  Hoping they have the same wonderful experience.  Looking forward to not only the wedding but cruising again on the Glory.  We took it out of Port Canaveral back in 2007. 

    Unfortunately, my son and daughter-in-law have canceled the wedding cruise for May 31, 2020.  Now they are back to finding a place to have a wedding/reception.  It was a wise decision considering the last thing they needed was to have their wedding cancelled a week or so before.  My heart breaks for them.

     

  • annabell08
    annabell08 March 20, 2020 4:21 pm

    Just booked this cruise because our March cruise was cancelled.  Three young 70+ ladies in the group.  We sailed this itinerary on the Dream in May 2017.  Love Grand Cayman.  Have done Reef, Rays, and Rum Point Tour with Nativeway Watersports twice.  Tour limited to 20-25.  Probably going to Royal Palms Beach Club in Grand Cayman.

     
  • BigEasyCC
    BigEasyCC March 9, 2020 1:25 pm

    Yonni, I understand the dilemma you are facing. You wouldn't want your family to get anything that could potentially be life threatening. Is anyone in your group elderly or has medical issues that need to be considered? Those folks are the ones that should probably think about cancelling.

    We're in our early 60's, in good health, and plan on going. If anything gets too bad, Carnival would cancel the cruise, which I don't think will happen. So, we have time to wait it out. I will be on the ship if it sails and celebrating our 10th Anniversary.

  • yonni
    yonni March 7, 2020 5:13 pm

    About 12 of my family members are booked for the May 31, 2020 sailing out of New Orleans and we are debating if we should reschedule. We booked this trip last year so we aren’t getting any extra credits for going. Anyone else thinking about rescheduling due to the virus spreading? 

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