Cornhogio, You are one of the few that understand that it is the principle of the matter,it's not about the 3.95. I find it interesting that so many would write to say ,just don't go there. I called Miami and explained that I would in fact cancel my cruise in August if they are charging fees for things that were free when I booked.I equate it to entering a contract. They offered a certain product and I agreed to pay a certain price for it. Perhaps something along the lines of a class action lawsuit for false and misleading advertisement could be brought forth. I wonder if there is some angle available to the disenchanted. At bare minimum there must be some legal guidelines as to what and how you can change something of this nature.The way our courts work in the US they should be fearful. If they don't get slapped now they will continue to reinvent your cruise while you are onboard.Naturally,it would just be an experiment.