Cruise Ships are Sailing Again!


Cruise Ships Empty Due To The Coronavirus Pandemic Moor Off The South West UK Coast

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16 months after the CDC issued its pandemic "No Sail" orders, the cruise industry is ready to return to the water.But even a season cruise enthusiast will find some differences in their experience as companies look to prevent outbreaks on their ships.Changes to the cruise industry include:Less aggressive schedules and smaller ships and ships only at half-capacity.Proof of a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to boarding.Stopping at less ports as some countries due to different COVID-19 regulations.Being served at the buffet rather than grabbing the food yourself.Lines allowing you to cancel your cruise ahead of time with no penalty.As always, comb over your cruise's pandemic rules and regulations, as well as pandemic protocols for any stops you make.

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