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gates - Answered a Question by Cutts (19 May 18 11:29)

Well at least all your deposit but your terms and conditions will answer the question.

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Parsons - Answered a Question by Cutts (19 May 18 11:44)

Contact the Agent you booked with or phone P&O and ask, as your question is very vague on its information.

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hamilton - Answered a Question by Cutts (19 May 18 13:47)

If you cancel between 57 and 90 days before cruising a cancellation fee of 50% is charged.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Cutts (19 May 18 15:04)

In addition to what has been already said you should look to your Travel Insurance providing of course you have a legitimate reason for cancellation. You might also consider Transferring your cruise to a later date your Travel Agent could advise you on that option.

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Jacobs - Answered a Question by Cutts (19 May 18 16:52)

You could lose all your money as it is 'your choice' to cancel. Your travel insurance will not pay out either for the same reason, 'your Choice'!

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