NCL Extends ‘Peace of Mind’ Policy
Norwegian Cruise Line is extending its “Peace of Mind” policy to include new or existing reservations made by January 31, 2021 on voyages through October 31.
The policy allows guests who have paid in full to cancel their cruise up to 15 days in advance, and receive a Future Cruise Credit that can be used on any sailing through December 31, 2022.
Those that have not yet made their final payment will receive a refund paid back to their original form of payment.
Mardi Gras Make First Stop
Carnival Mardi Gras made her first stop since launching last week, the vessel called in Rotterdam for LNG bunkering.
Before heading to North America, the ship is scheduled to make a call in Barcelona.
The 180,000-ton Mardi Gras will debut from Port Canaveral in April 2021.
Closing Bell for Wednesday, December 23, 2020
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