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Canada Will Allow Cruise Ships As of November

If you’re a cruise fanatic, you’ll love the news that Canada will lift its ban on cruises in November. That’s months earlier than the country initially planned.  The Canadian government has decided to allow cruise ships to operate within the country from November 1st. However, earlier this year, Canada banned cruises until February 2022 at …

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Royal Caribbean Now Requires Travel Insurance For Unvaccinated Passengers

Royal Caribbean cruises have set a list of restrictions on board their cruises for unvaccinated travelers this summer. After 16 months of being stationary, Royal Caribbean is offering cruises in the United States yet again. The company restarted North American cruise ships on June 12th, when they set sail out of the Bahamas. However, the …

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Carnival Cruises To Restart Operations In July

Carnival Cruise Line has declared its plans to restart its cruises in July from the US state of Texas. The first cruise will set sail from the port of Galveston when the Carnival Vista departs on July 3rd. After that, Carnival Breeze will return to operations on July 15th.  Carnival Cruise Line also hopes to …

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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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6 Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships Will Resume U.S. Operations From July

On Friday, Royal Caribbean International announced six of its major cruise ships would begin sailing from major U.S ports from July onwards. This comes after news that the CDC has granted more cruise lines permission to begin test cruises throughout the summer. In addition, the company also expects its entire fleet to be fully operational …

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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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Alaska Cruises Will Restart As Biden Signs New Tourism Law

Whilst it’s true that the pandemic has impacted all of the United States quite severely, fewer states have been hit as hard as Alaska and its port towns. Whole communities in the region rely on cruises for a large portion of their income, and so the ban of cruise ships sailing through Canada has had …

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Royal Caribbean Applies For Test Cruises And Hints At Fully Vaccinated Requirement

Following months of pandemic-induced inactivity, the ball is finally rolling in the cruise industry, with several cruise lines no doubt a flurry of activity behind the scenes as they race to get ready for a summer of sailing. Following the CDC’s announcements about restarting and simulated “test” cruises, cruise lines now have the opportunity to …

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Carnival Cancels Almost All July Cruises

As seasons go, the past few have been uncharacteristically quiet for Carnival Cruise Line. The cruise industry giant, based out of Doral, Florida, would typically have cruised scores of travelers on exotic trips around the world by now – but, as a result of the pandemic, finds itself instead wrestling with a no sail order …

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Cruises One Step Closer As CDC Unveils Guidance For Simulated Voyages

One of the travel industry’s largest casualties of the pandemic, the cruise industry has suffered greatly over the past 15 months or so. Ever since cruises were first put on hold in March 2020, the industry has been battling to get them started again. The saga has seen threats of lawsuits against the CDC issued, …

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World’s Largest Cruise Ship Is Now Taking Bookings For 2022

When the Titanic was launched, it was not only the largest passenger ship in the world, but the largest ship ever built. Whilst it has lost that title several times over the past century, few from that period would scarcely believe just how big cruise ships were to become – and they’re set to become …

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Royal Caribbean Suspends Most Of Its Cruises Until July

Airlines around the world have started to ramp up their offerings, as it looks like we may be heading for a summer of air travel after several long months of the pandemic. However, whilst airlines might be gearing up for a busy season, the same cannot be said for cruise lines. With the CDC refusing …

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