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@Judy Cole No not really, ships are required to dry-dock every 3 years.  So they generally schedule dry dock for aesthetic maintenance or others. I think you only should be worried if it is an emergency dry-dock.  For Escape, this is most likely routine check.

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According to the announcement from NCL this was an unscheduled dry dock and four weeks of scheduled cruises were cancelled, refunded, and compensated with future cruise credits. I am scheduled for its first cruise back on October 12 and I am deeply concerned.

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I just heard the news and we just made final payment last week for the November 1st cruise. I am also concerned.  We are in Europe for two weeks prior to the cruise. We have been on 30+ previous cruises but never had a cancellation. If NCL cancels do to the ship being in dry dock, do they refund the payment?

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