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Does Carnival remove cruises from their search engine once fully booked or are they going to cancel my cruise?

2023.01.19 14:22 workday1 Does Carnival remove cruises from their search engine once fully booked or are they going to cancel my cruise?

I have a 9 day cruise booked on the pride out of Italy September 29th 2023
I noticed something strange today. It is gone from Carnivals search and also missing from Carnival Pride Itineraries on cruisemapper.com
It still shows under my bookings though
Anyone know what could be up?
Edit: changed date
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2022.11.29 18:34 glumpkin- Training my sea legs for the next time my proj makes port

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2022.11.28 22:57 The_Cheese_Touch Stern of Cruise ship Oasis of the Seas

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2022.11.16 16:12 nimalanbala First time cruiser - Help picking Balcony Cabin on Wonder! - 14710

Folks, I Need your thoughts on picking a balcony cabin on WOTS. We're cruising for the first time, along with kids 4 & 9- I was originally assigned 6722. Since this was our first time, and i thought higher is better - i am now on 14710. This is on a higher deck, right below the windjammer restaurant- there could be noise. My rationale was - closer to the restaurant and closer to the kid's activities above. The question is should i stay here or move to 9 or 8 deck? This is our first time cruising and the cabin we were originally assigned has an obstructed view, apparently cos of the lifeboats. 9 or 8 also looks okay but I'm not sure about the view from the balcony. Find below my other options. . Here is the deck plan as well https://www.cruisemapper.com/deckplans/Wonder-Of-The-Seas-2165/deck14-6903
Please share your thoughts
https://preview.redd.it/ubgz1v1rwb0a1.png?width=942&format=png&auto=webp&s=313995e677ba1b088f57e60a38a0c10a1752093f
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2022.11.10 07:43 Admirable-Fruit5943 i was messing around in @cruisemapper and i saw europe

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2022.09.09 02:12 mahka42 For those sailing the Mexican Riviera right now, how’s it going?

I think it’s just Navigator of the Seas, Carnival Panorama, and Carnival Radiance. Watching ship tracks on Cruisemapper and…it’s fun.
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2022.09.08 00:20 MLPorsche Raft build challenge: Oasis of the Seas 1:1 scale

having seen some impressive builds here i'm sure someone will be able to pull it off (more impressive if it's in survival), here is actually a detailed deck plan of the Oasis of the Seas (excluding crew only rooms)
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2022.08.09 22:03 hsteve23 Two ships in CocoCay port 8/20 - Is Coco Beach Club worth $139/pp?

We are traveling on Independence of the Seas 8/19-8/22 and will be in CocoCay 8/20. I just checked on cruisemapper and Freedom of the Seas will be in CocoCay for the day as well, so I have a feeling things will be congested. Also, the majority of the excursions are already booked up.
My plan is to sleep in, grab breakfast from the MDR then head out for the day, probably not getting off the ship until 10-11 AM so I'm worried Chill Island or South Beach would be packed by then. Looking for a chill and relaxing day.
Thanks for your help :)
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2022.06.20 23:13 Jack-White9 cruisemapper.com

cruisemapper.com does not work with uBO enabled. How can I get it to work? Hoping to leave it enabled since the page has a lot that needs blocking.
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2022.05.31 07:50 hmmnotsure Staying on Lido deck 10 on Panorama - worried about noise

(Specifically regarding rooms 10230 and 10224)
This is my first cruise and booked rooms on the lido deck for convenience to food, etc. Just starting to realize the music and evening events near the main pool may cause some concerns for noise bleeding into the rooms.
Any insight would be appreciated
For reference: https://www.cruisemapper.com/deckplans/Carnival-Panorama-2099/deck10-5615
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2022.01.12 06:17 kas435red On cruisemapper here are all the cruise ships currently in the Caribbean. So much for cruises being canceled.

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2021.10.22 07:34 Linguist208 We've booked our first cruise! My wife and I are so excited!

Taking advice from another thread I posted, my wife and I watched a ton of videos about cruise lines and ships, and decided on a cruise. I then went to my travel agent and today I put down the deposit on...
7 nights Southern Caribbean on Holland America's new Rotterdam, sailing March 20th, 2022, in a Vista View Suite. We got the "Have It All" package, which includes the deluxe drink package, 1 complimentary specialty dining, 1 shore excursion, and WiFi. I'll be pre-paying gratuities before we embark.
We're pretty stoked. I know this is a new ship and it is apparently making its way from The Netherlands to Fort Lauderale even as I type this, so I don't expect lots of info about the ship per se, but I see it's a sister ship to Nieuw Statendam and Koningsdam, so I guess any info about THEM would be relevant...
Any advice in general or other info about HA gratefully accepted.
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2021.06.22 02:56 Mottaman How to get an obstructed room price?

So I'm watching a video on tips to save money and she mentions how an obstructed view could net savings of hundreds of dollars for the room. So next I go to the RCI website and compare prices for rooms that are obstructed vs ones that are not based off of the rooms https://www.cruisemapper.com/ says are obstructed, but all rooms of the same category are the same price. Is this something you need to be vocal about when booking or does RCI not discount like other cruise lines do?
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2021.02.18 20:20 ninijacob Suggested Balcony For Alaska Cruise

Hey Everyone,
Relatively new cruiser posting here:
Costco Travel put us in this balcony for a glacier bay cruise on the encore. My question to you experts, do you think this is a good choice? If not, what would be better for around the same price, and why?
Room #: 10810 Deck 10
Norwegian Encore deck 10 plan CruiseMapper
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2020.11.19 23:36 GoatEatingTroll Good News for once - Carnival ships are returning to US ports.

From John Heald - “We have the Carnival Horizon working through all the protocols [and] due back in Miami, followed by the Breeze and then other ships."
According to Cruisemapper it looks like Horizon is down by freeport after picking up crew in St. Maarten last month.
For them to be entering US waters they would have been required to already attest to the environmental protection status of each of these ships under their probationary status.
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2020.08.10 13:45 JarOfKetchup [ROLEPLAY]UK Caribbean territories place a ban on "all-inclusive" tourism

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UK Caribbean territories place a ban on "all-inclusive" tourism

The UK's Caribbean territories, all of which boast large tourism sectors, have moved to place a ban on "all-inclusive" tourism. They argue that "all-inclusive" practices are anti-competitive, and drive down competition. Gene R. Rich, owner of several restaurants in the Bahamas, describes the situation as follows:
"Back before COVID19 and the end of the USA, a large portion of the tourists we saw came from cruise-ships, or flew in to luxurious resorts. In both cases, the tourists would spend the majority of their money on board their cruise ship, or at their resort. It is very hard for my restaurants to compete with their "all-inclusive" buffets. These companies don't just have an unfair advantage due to their sheer size, but also because of their ability to produce "package deals". This lets, for example, an airline strike a deal with a big hotel, or a cruise-ship's role as island-hopping transport with its role as a restaurant.
The move, despite being in support of the tourism industry, shows how the islands are less monolithically dependent on that sector. Prior to the 2020s tourism crisis, banning "all-inclusives" was unthinkable. The companies that profited from it command too much market share of the single-most important sector on the islands, granting them vast political privileges.
Now that the islands have diversified away from tourism, the tourism sector has less of a death-grip on their economy, allowing for liberating moves such as these.
All in all, the ban on "all-inclusivity", is expected to allow the Caribbean islands to show more of their diverse nature, whilst being an example of their stronger economies. Cutting the "all-inclusivity" is seemingly also providing the side-effect for Caribbean islands to distinguish themselves from one another. No longer is the motto just "sun, sand, sea", each island's unique nature and cultural heritage is increasingly becoming a selling point.
 

IMAGE: Cruise ships such as these will now have to compete more fiercely with local enterprises

 
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2020.05.03 15:02 autotldr Revealed: 100,000 crew never made it off cruise ships amid coronavirus crisis Environment

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While most cruise ship passengers have now made it back to land, another crisis has been growing - with no safe haven in sight.
As this health crisis has caused all our ships globally to stop operating, we have temporarily agreed to relieve the majority of our crew from their duties and are working to identify and pay for flight tickets for each and every one to safely return home for the duration of the temporary suspension of ships' operations.
An Italian ship's doctor died in Brazil after being taken by ambulance from the Costa Fascinosa cruise ship, and an engine worker on the Antarctic cruise ship Greg Mortimer died in Uruguay after 128 of the 217 people onboard tested positive for coronavirus.
Most of the cruise companies are registered in low-tax, low-regulation nations such as Panama or Liberia, with their ships flying the flags of territories such as the Bahamas or Bermuda, which are not prepared to care for thousands of sick crew.
Tens of thousands more are on ships in other parts of the world, according to the Guardian's analysis, which used the ship tracking site CruiseMapper and media reports to identify more than 50 ships that have had Covid-19 infections or confirmed exposures onboard.
In serious medical emergencies, passengers and crew on cruise ships are normally evacuated to a hospital on land for further care.
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2020.04.30 12:01 autotldr Revealed: 100,000 crew never made it off cruise ships

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 84%. (I'm a bot)
While most cruise ship passengers have now made it back to land, another crisis has been growing - with no safe haven in sight.
At least 17 cruise ship workers are confirmed to have died from suspected Covid-19, and dozens more have had to be medically evacuated off ships and hospitalised, the Guardian found.
As this health crisis has caused all our ships globally to stop operating, we have temporarily agreed to relieve the majority of our crew from their duties and are working to identify and pay for flight tickets for each and every one to safely return home for the duration of the temporary suspension of ships' operations.
Most of the cruise companies are registered in low-tax, low-regulation nations such as Panama or Liberia, with their ships flying the flags of territories such as the Bahamas or Bermuda, which are not prepared to care for thousands of sick crew.
Tens of thousands more are on ships in other parts of the world, according to the Guardian's analysis, which used the ship tracking site CruiseMapper and media reports to identify more than 50 ships that have had Covid-19 infections or confirmed exposures aboard.
In serious medical emergencies, passengers and crew on cruise ships are normally evacuated to a hospital on dry land for further care.
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2020.03.12 00:28 JenJenRobot Can someone take a photo of a Cruise Ship at the Docks on Thursday for me?

Hope someone who is around the docks tomorrow can help me out. There is a Norwegian cruise ship called the MS Fridtjof Nansen and it is anchored at Prince's Dock.
Members of my family were involved with the build and engineering of this ship, and we all come from Liverpool originally. They would really love to get a picture of this ship at the Liverpool docks!
If anyone is passing by, could you snap a photo for us? Would be MUCH appreciated. Thank you.
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2020.03.10 20:30 guyfromvault11 [EVENT] Welcoming Cape Verde into the Metropolitan

As per established with the new constitution of the 3rd Portuguese Republic, the archipelago of Cape Verde is effectively immediately considered an integral part of the Portuguese Mainland, thus losing its status as an overseas territory.
With these changes in effect, starting January 1st, 1956, Cape Verde will begin it´s a new administration, maintaining similar status to those adopted in Madeira and the Azores, thus bringing itself into the Ministry of the Interior and out of the Overseas Ministry. Portuguese Cape Verdeans will also vote for Metropolitan seats, not the overseas ones. Citizenship processes will also begin starting from the 1st, available to those who meet the conditions for the grant of citizenship, or who had not been granted citizenship previously and were able to in the Salazar regime.
All summarized, Cape Verde is set to become the 14th region of mainland Portugal, with its administrative capital set at Praia.
This new 14th region will bet set into 2 distinct divisions, who will be subdivided into "munícipios", which will be further subdivided into "freguesias".
Below, one can find this established division:

Cape Verde

Barlavento Islands

Administrative Division Capital Notes
Santo Antão Ribeira Grande
São Vicente Mindelo Includes Santa Luzia Island and the Branco and Raso islets.
São Nicolau Vila da Ribeira Brava
Sal Espargos (Future) Santa Maria ( Temporary until Espargos is further built )
Boa Vista Sal Rei

Sotavento Islands

Administrative Division Capital Notes
Maio Porto Português Porto Português is to be used in the official documentation. "Vila de Maio" and "Porto Inglês" are to not be used in officially issued documentation.
Santiago - North Tarrafal
Santiago - South Praia
Fogo São Filipe
Brava Vila Nova de Sintra Includes the Rombo Islets.
These efforts should prove to make the transition of the archipelago easier into the mainland system of administration.
Viva Portugal!
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2020.03.07 16:37 floridabuds Another Carnival Cruise, in Caribbean, has issues that have not been fully reported yet...

Source: #CarnivalMagic on Twitter
Carnival Tragic Magic arrived at Grand Turk yesterday. Passengers reported on Twitter that other cruise ships were allowed to disembark.

News out right now from Turks and Caicos government saying:

  1. They refused ship's request to disembark because it had sick people on it (ship was required to submit paperwork before docking, as per protocols)
  2. They refused ship's request to get 2 passengers medivac'd out via Grand Turk island.
... so not only are those people sick. They are so sick that they need immediate attention? Fuck! Would hate to be on that boat. CCL could seriously be going bankrupt.

Ship #1 - Carnival's Diamond Princess - was off the coast of Japan. All passengers disembarked on 2/27/2020. One person living in Hong Kong that was on that shipped just died. Now 7 dead.
Ship #2 - Carnival's Grand Princess - currently off the coast of California (21 out of 46 tested positive for COVID)
Ship #3 - Carnival Magic - currently off the coast of Grand Turk (2 officially sick and need attention, 0 confirmed)
Ship #4* - Carnival's Costa Fortuna - currently off the coast of Thailand, not allowed to disembark (282 Italianos onboardo)
Ship #5** - Carnival Panorama - currently off the coast of Long Beach, this is their NEWEST ship, (medical situation on board + not allowed to disembark)
Ship #6**** Carnival's Regal Princess - As of about 10am, it's currently off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale, not allowed to disembark because two possible crew members. https://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/tourism-cruises/article241008101.html
Ship #7???**** Carnival's Glory - some tweets about 30 minutes ago saying they are stuck over 4 hours extra at port... https://twitter.com/Kevbert302/status/1236675928606093312
Ship #8???**** Carnival's Pride - some tweets about an hour ago asking how long the delay is.. https://twitter.com/xDerankestatus/1236645585526063110
Ship #6/7/8???\*** - Carnival Legend/Glory/Freedom/Pride - scheduled to arrive back in America on 3/8 at around 8-10am. Keeping an eye on these.
*Edit, thanks to u/usupsupman1001 for this added DD.
**Edit 2, another one, news breaking just before 4pm EST. Fuck....
***Edit 3, 4:25pm on 3/7 - going to use this as a place to update while I do a bit of research myself (since news sucks and will just copy this post sometime later). Anyways... for ship #3, Grand Turk was the FIRST stop. The ship seems to be headed "home" back to Miami, FL (source: cruisemapper.com, cannot direct link the route). Not a good sign. Also using this to see which cruise ships are next possible targets (coming home and/or off-track), to see if I can figure out some insight into how deep this goes. Should I roll over my puts or cash this fucker out soon?
****Edit, 12pm EST on 3/8 - seems like mulitple ships are delayed. One is CONFIRMED not disembarking because crew needs to be tested. They were on another infected ship before this trip. At this point, I believe #1- Carnival's problems are going to blow open very soon and all ships will be cancelled and #2, I should get a job in journalism.
*****Edit, 8:30pm EST on 3/8 - State department has issued a warning NOT TO GO ON A CRUISE. https://twitter.com/TravelGov/status/1236739608794275846
CCL 3/13 $25P if it opens anywhere above it. You're probably too late. This bitch could gap down -20%. When your company's name is being blased out by President of USA and VP, about bad things... and you're (possibly) responsible for killing people, then the business is essentially dead.
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2020.02.25 10:19 muy_loca Seriously, what do you think of cruises, recently I was in the port of Barcelona there are the same lines for cruises. Moreover, prices have not been reduced very much. What do you think about this?

I have one question, how many people in Europe must die in order for the government to start doing something?

Prices
https://www.cruceros.es/search?d=e-35&m=202002&pd=0&c=0

Tracking
https://www.cruisemapper.com/ships/MSC-Grandiosa-1008
https://www.cruisemapper.com/?imo=9781889
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