When the cruise ship that you booked on the cruise reservation system you have booked on in the past month, you can cancel your reservation and get a refund.

However, if you have a reservation for the upcoming cruise, you may be able to cancel the reservation and receive a refund as long as you do not exceed the ship’s scheduled reservation period.

For example, if your reservation is for a cruise from New York to Los Angeles in May, you would be able at least two weeks before the cruise begins to cancel your cruise reservation, which would give you two weeks to cancel before the ship starts.

The only requirement for cancellation is that you want to cancel after the ship begins its scheduled cruise period.

If you cancel after this time, you will not receive a full refund.

For more information on cancellation, click here.

If you are traveling with family members, your reservation can be canceled and refunded for up to two people in your family, up to three people in the same family, or for a total of up to five people.

In most cases, you must cancel after your reservation starts and before the ships start sailing.

If your reservation goes beyond the ships scheduled cruise time, the ship will not begin its scheduled voyage, and you will need to return to your hotel to reschedule your reservation.

The cruise reservation and refund system is only available in the United States, but other countries may have similar systems, and some countries have laws or regulations that vary.

For details, see the chart below.