(New York) Cruise legends Carnival, Norway Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean, after a long hiatus from the plague, arrive in the US in July or August. They have made official plans to resume the voyage from the port.
Norway said in a statement on Monday that its first ship, departing from a city in the United States, would depart from Seattle on August 7 and be fully reserved for fully vaccinated passengers, following the suspension of this type of tourism by US authorities in March 2020.
Carnival has already indicated that all three of its subsidiaries, Princess Cruise, Holland America Line and Carnival Cruise Line, plan to resume flights between Seattle and Alaska from July 24.
The Royal Caribbean announced on the same day that trips between Seattle and Alaska would resume in July.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the country’s leading federal public health agency, issued new rules in early May for seafarers to go to sea under strict conditions.
In order to promote tourism in Alaska, the law requiring foreign-registered vessels to be stationed in a country other than the United States between two U.S. ports has also been temporarily removed. As for Alaska cruises, ships break in Canada, which bans its water voyages until February 2022.
“We have been waiting a long time to announce the resumption of flights departing from the United States,” Norway Cruise Line General Manager Harry Somer said in the statement.
Vaccination for COVID-19 is mandatory on trips to Alaska, the Royal Caribbean, Carnival and the Royal Caribbean, indicating that this duty applies to those over 1 to 12 years of age.There is August.
Cruise lines have not yet indicated what will happen as ships depart from other areas.
The CDC recommends that all passengers, passengers and crew be vaccinated.
The governor of Florida, who makes several trips to the United States, passed an executive order in April requiring companies not to show their customers immunizations for the virus.
Carnival on Friday said its affiliate Carnival Cruise Line is still finalizing plans for trips departing in July from Miami, Florida and Calveston, Texas.