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Carnival Cruise Line Could Leave U.S. Over Restrictive CDC Rules

The cruise industry, relatively dormant as a result of the pandemic, has shown some signs of resurgence in recent months. As the U.S. cruise industry is at a standstill due to CDC rules, several cruise lines have began to offer cruises in alternative markets and reported that their bookings have been strong. For some cruise …

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Florida Will Sue CDC If Cruises Can’t Resume

For the millions of Americans that work in the tourism industry and depend on travel to make a living, the pandemic has been a year of uncertainty, panic and desperation. With travel almost non-existent compared to previous years, many industries have struggled and have been forced to find new solutions to new problems – and …

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Royal Caribbean Will Sail From These 5 New Home Ports By Summer

One of the the world’s largest cruise lines has decided to take matters into their own hands after being blocked from sailing in the United States and Canada for over a year. Royal Caribbean has announced it will sail from multiple destinations outside of the United States by summer due to the CDC’s strict guidelines …

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Will Officially Return To Cozumel In June

Cozumel mayor Pedro Joaquín Delbouis has announced in a press release that Royal Caribbean will return to the island of Cozumel in June. The sailings will resume June 12 from Nassau and will visit Royal Caribbean’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, Grand Bahama Island and Cozumel, Mexico. The seven day voyages will go on sale …

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P&O Cruises Will Require Passengers To Be Vaccinated

With the numerous boxes travelers must check just in order to be able to travel, it’s safe to say that the ability to travel will not be taken for granted once the pandemic is over. From negative vaccine certificates to needing a reason to travel, it can be hard for travelers to stay on top …

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First Cruise Ship Is Officially Sailing In The United States

As the vaccine makes the rounds of the American population, more and more ways of travel are opening up again. 11% of the American population has received both doses of the vaccine and domestic cruises are one of the many ways travelers are getting back out there. After almost a year of no cruises in …

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Royal Caribbean Won’t Cancel Cruises Depsite Canada’s Ban

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused havoc with travel plans for the best part of a year now, with millions of travelers forced to admit defeat and cancel trips that had been years in the making. Whilst airlines cancelling trips and facing financial difficulties may have taken the most column inches in the press, other travel …

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Cruising Could Return Soon Departing From Mexico

The Mayor of Cozumel is reaching out to European Cruise companies to bring their ships to the Mexican Island.  While the United States cruise industry sits at a standstill, Cozumel is looking to establish itself as a home port for European cruise lines to help fill the void. Mexico is no stranger to tourism during …

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Two U.S. Cruise Lines Will Require Passengers To Be Vaccinated

Two U.S cruise lines have recently announced that they will be moving to make vaccinations mandatory for passengers to sail aboard. American Queen Steamboat Company, as well as its sister company, Victory Cruise Lines, will effectively become the first North American cruise operators to officially require proof of COVID-19 vaccination from all crew-members, passengers and …

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Canada Bans All Cruise Ships Until February 2022

Transport Canada has announced it will ban all cruise ships from operating in Canadian waters until Feb 28, 2022. The original ban on cruise ships was announced by the Canadian government in March of 2020. The newly extended ban that will last at least another year bars all passenger vessels carrying over 100 people. Today, …

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Cruise Lines Extend Suspensions Further Into 2021

Several major cruise lines have announced that they will continue to pause their operations until later in 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic and associated travel restrictions continue to limit cruise trips. Liners including Carnival Cruises, Holland America, Princess Cruises, and P&O have all announced further cancellations and suspensions in recent days, with most extending to …

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Royal Caribbean’s First Cruise Halted After Confirmed Case Onboard

Breaking News Update: The passenger who tested positive onboard the ship has now tested negative twice in a Singapore hospital.  Original Story Now Continues… It just wasn’t meant to be. The very first Royal Caribbean cruise to resume operations since the global shutdown of cruising back in March has been halted due to a confirmed …

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