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25th Anniversary Cruise Announced


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Just heard about this.  Unfortunately for me, I'm already taking a cruise this December and won't have the money to take the TCM cruise.  Plus, the date is wrong for me.  I can't take off work anywhere near the end of October due to peak work times at my job. :(
I hope everyone enjoys the cruise.

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Just went in to look again at the pricing and availability (I'm already booked) and it appears it's SOLD OUT!?  There don't seem to be any remaining categories to "click on" and book.  That was fast - about 4 weeks to sell it out.  However, I'm sure as time goes on and situations change, availability may pop back up on a limited basis.  Looking forward to the FUN!

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Just took the survey regarding possible upcoming cruise options for 2020.  There seem to be 2 choices: a 5 day out of Port Canaveral starting at $1,700pp or a 7-day Alaskan cruise (departing??) starting at $3,500pp.  I sure hope they don't do the latter.  There are a lot of logistics to be worked out for an Alaskan cruise that would make it more difficult and more expensive (airfare!).  Plus, I think that's one reason why they stopped the original cruises back in 2016 - too big, too long, and too expensive.  They did not sell out the 2016 cruise quickly, if at all, and I suspect it was because of the price point and length.  Keep it short and sweet TCM!!

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On 1/16/2019 at 8:28 AM, djsmith773 said:

Just took the survey regarding possible upcoming cruise options for 2020.  There seem to be 2 choices: a 5 day out of Port Canaveral starting at $1,700pp or a 7-day Alaskan cruise (departing??) starting at $3,500pp.  I sure hope they don't do the latter.  There are a lot of logistics to be worked out for an Alaskan cruise that would make it more difficult and more expensive (airfare!).  Plus, I think that's one reason why they stopped the original cruises back in 2016 - too big, too long, and too expensive.  They did not sell out the 2016 cruise quickly, if at all, and I suspect it was because of the price point and length.  Keep it short and sweet TCM!!

I enjoy the cruises but I’m not about to spend $7000 + airfare to go to Alaska for the TCM cruise. Alaska cruises are typically port intensive and all about enjoying the scenery and nature. Honestly these types of cruises need to be more boring itineraries. If they don’t want to do cruises from the east coast of Florida then they could leave from Puerto Rico and do more Southern Caribbean routes. 

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I agree with the problems with an Alaska cruise.  It adds a ton of $$$ to the cost.  I did love the last cruise, 7 days seemed perfect even though it was a bit more expensive, it wasn't a huge jump.  I think the problem they had in getting the whole cruise sold was the combination of a higher price tag for the longer cruise AND having a bigger ship, so they needed to sell even more tickets at a higher price than previously.   I'd still like the longer cruise, but I'll take what I can get.  Florida, NY, or Texas would be fine places to leave from (Ports) that wouldn't be too hard for a lot of people to reach. 

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