CDC Cruise Update:

You may have seen in the media recently that the CDC has just lifted the cruise industry ‘No Sail’ order which has been in effect for several months.  While this is certainly a positive step in the resumption of passenger cruises, it is only the beginning.  The guidelines which the CDC is requiring are complicated and numerous.   Cruise lines will have to achieve all the requirements before attaining their individual permission to set sail and it’s going to take some time (This weekend Norwegian, Oceania, and Regent just cancelled all cruises through December 31 and Carnival has deleted their schedules for December, as well).

Quite simply, it will be a bit longer before we have definite information about exactly when limited cruises will resume and just what the required protocols will mean in relation to the passenger experience.  For example, it appears that Covid testing will be taking place for all passengers upon
embarkation at all U.S. ports and another test will be administered at the time of disembarkation at the end of the cruise, as well.  Again, all details are yet to come, but we wanted to tell you that there is, at last, some light at the end of the tunnel for cruise suspensions.

We will update you again when the details are published and more information is available.  In the meantime, we appreciate your patience and support!

Quite simply, it will be a bit longer before we have definite information about exactly when limited cruises will resume and just what the required protocols will mean in relation to the passenger experience.  For example, it appears that Covid testing will be taking place for all passengers upon
embarkation at all U.S. ports and another test will be administered at the time of disembarkation at the end of the cruise, as well.  Again, all details are yet to come, but we wanted to tell you that there is, at last, some light at the end of the tunnel for cruise suspensions.

We will update you again when the details are published and more information is available.  In the meantime, we appreciate your patience and support!

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