OUR THOUGHTS ON CORONAVIRUS: If your cruise is not until the later half of 2020 or 2021, do not panic. It's always something. Zika, Ebola, Swine Flu, West Nile. Remember when when when we were all going to die because of Y2K and the Mayan Calendar? This too shall pass. In February we spent two weeks on a Norwegian Cruise Line Cruise. The staff and crew were amazing. They had people that their only job was to go up and down the stairs and clean the hand rails all day long. There were hand sanitizers at every entrance to a restaurant or bar and at the elevators. They served us at the buffet rather than serving ourselves. They handed out paper menus that they threw away rather than the regular menus so nobody was touching menus. Norwegian went above and beyond. We were not denied entry into any ports. We are very grateful for how NCL has handled the situation and it just boosted our confidence as to why we do large group events with them. So, Get excited! Book your cruise and remember, that you can cancel your cruise with no penalties up to 120 days before sailing for a full refund of the cruise.