Ktln Posted May 5, 2022 Share Posted May 5, 2022 Why is a ship that has not sailed for over two years expecting to have routine maintenance during the voyages all summer long resulting in changes to passenger itinerary’s? Why was this information not disclosed to passengers at the time of booking? It is resulting in the loss of two ports during the voyages and only a $100 credit to compensate passengers that have already booked and paid for these trips. It’s bad business and it sounds pretty scandalous. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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