Some of the responses I've seen, appear to be from an actual human rather than a bot. But I dunno, even those, reading between the lines seem like:
I really hope that you are correct, but it's just frustrating regardless of the reason. After this year I'm going to be heavily line up driven, but I may not bother going back on the boat unless they start managing it better.Amalu wrote: ↑Thu Sep 26, 2019 9:40 pmMy biggest concern is that there is actually nothing going wrong. That would mean that UMC just doesn't care about the valid concerns of their customers.
I mean terms and conditions were set quite a while ago. During planing someone thought of the great idea to start announcing on the 1st of October as a reference to the first and the tenth cruise. And the whole UMC team went with it and just didn't give a rat's ass about changing the dates on the website.
I think that this is actually a pretty likely scenario.
If they would be facing financial issues, they would just open booking and have a nice cash flow going.
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