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The Best Cruise Lines For Families In 2021

Many American families are planning and looking forward to their next cruise vacation. The best family cruises in the market today offer an environment where family members of all ages can have fun. Besides the wonderful family time, your kids will get the opportunity to play with others, while the adults get to enjoy themselves …

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Norwegian Cruise Line Sues Florida Over Vaccine Passport Ban

Once seen as one of the more peaceful and relaxing ways to travel, there’s now never a dull moment when it comes to cruising. From a Covid-19 enforced break that lasted more than a year, to lawsuits, mass cancellations and a recent resumption of operations, the cruise industry has been in hot water for well …

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MSC Restarting Cruises From Florida This Summer

Another major cruise line has announced the resumption of cruises in the U.S. this summer following the news that the CDC has granted more cruise lines permission to begin test cruises. MSC, the third-largest cruise company by capacity, just announced plans to restart cruising from Florida on two of its most glamourous ships. MSC Will …

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Florida’s Ban On Vaccine Passports Is Causing Delays In Cruises Resuming

With cruises finally starting to resume operations in the United States, companies are eager to start operations out of Florida – the biggest embarkation point in the country. But Florida’s governor’s ban on vaccine passports is causing problems for them to restart under CDC guidelines. Florida’s Ban On Vaccine Passports Vaccine passports have been a …

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First Major Cruise Line Will Restart Sailings From The U.S. In June

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has given the green light to Celebrity Cruises to restart sailing from Fort Lauderdale starting on June 26. After 15 months of suspended cruises, the Celebrity Edge will be the first large ship to restart operations. “For the past 15 months our conversations with friends and loved …

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Royal Caribbean Becomes First Company To Get CDC Approval to Restart Test Cruises

It’s been a week of positive news for the cruise industry. Just a few days after applying, Royal Caribbean has gained approval from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to go ahead with its test cruises in late June from Miami. CDC Requirements to Restart Cruises The CDC says that cruise ships can …

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Norwegian Cruise Lines Will Start Sailing In Alaska This Summer

If you’ve been hoping to go cruising in the U.S. this summer, things are looking up. After a year without U.S. operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, cruise lines are finally starting to announce their plans to restart operations. Shortly after Royal Caribbean applied to the CDC for test cruises, Norwegian announced that they plan to …

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Vaccinated Passengers Will Not Be Tested On Cruises Says CDC

The CDC has announced new guidance for cruises in the United States which includes that vaccinated passengers will not need to be tested for Covid-19 in order to sail. Cruise ship passengers who have been vaccinated will not need to take a test on embarkation day, disembarkation day or if they are doing a back-to-back …

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St. Kitts and Nevis to Welcome Vaccinated Cruise Ship Passengers In July

Another Caribbean destination has begun easing its travel requirements for vaccinated travelers. Last week, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis announced a change in the country’s travel policy for travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are arriving by air that includes a shortened quarantine period from 14 days to 9 …

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U.S. Cruises May Return in July, But With These Major Changes

Eager cruisers are getting excited about the latest modification to the Conditional Sail Order by the CDC, which could see the safe return to cruising from U.S. ports as early as July. However, the good news comes with a few caveats and unexpected changes that hopeful cruisers need to be aware of before they start …

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Alaska Joins Florida in Lawsuit Against CDC to Resume Cruising

The Governor of Alaska, Mike Dunleavy, has announced they will be joining Florida in a lawsuit against the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to resume cruising in U.S. waters. The cruise industry plays a significant role in Alaska’s economy. Dunleavy said that Alaska has lost $3 billion due to the 2020 cruise …

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