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  1. It is not a viable business model for the cruise lines to operate out of ports outside the US for Caribbean cruises. Expenses for the cruise lines will be more and airfare will go up drastically with a just a tiny increase in demand. They will never come close to filling even a few ships. Maybe it gets them by while waiting out the CDC for a bit. In the long run it just flattens the curve to bankruptcy.
  2. I would not make any plans for travel to South Pacific through 2022. Actually, I will not make any until I see borders open and cruise ships operating. What is going to happen when some new virus pops up in future years? Will the borders be instantly shut stranding NZ and OZ citizens from getting back in? Foreign citizens shut out and travel plans cancelled? Not complaining about there policies, just recognizing the risks for travel.
  3. I would not get to caught up in the stuff NCL is putting out. They are just trying to force the CDC to make a decision and setting up a lawsuit if they are denied from sailing. The CDC said it is safe to travel if you are vaccinated so they are pushing the CDC to open cruising just like all other travel and sue if they are denied. When sailing resumes kids will not be denied, vaccination will not be required.
  4. The federal government will not mandate the use of vaccine passports for travelers or businesses post-pandemic, President Biden's chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told the Politico Dispatch podcast Monday. There you go. One less hassle at check in.
  5. The federal government will not mandate the use of vaccine passports for travelers or businesses post-pandemic, President Biden's chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told the Politico Dispatch podcast Monday. Looks like the vaccination issue can be put to bed. Good. I bet the cruise lines are happy about this also.
  6. The federal government will not mandate the use of vaccine passports for travelers or businesses post-pandemic, President Biden's chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told the Politico Dispatch podcast Monday. Looks like cruise lines can make there own rules on vaccination requirements? If so, I bet the cruise lines drop it like its hot.
  7. The way NCL has worded this tells me they may be setting for legal action. The CDC has released a statement publicly that vaccinated can resume travel. If the CDC still blocks cruising perhaps they might be thinking of suing for damages.
  8. LOL. You may have to kiss theirs if you want to cruise again.
  9. They can enforce a mandatory quarantine for returning to the US, like Canada does. They can make it difficult to get back in if they want.
  10. CLIA requested the CDC drop the CSO non sense and let cruising return. The CDC said "Get Lost". Cruise Lines International Association, the main lobbying group for cruise companies including Carnival, issued a statement earlier Wednesday calling for the CDC to drop the order and agree to let U.S. sailings resume by July. But in an emailed response to questions, the CDC said the so-called Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, or CSO, remains in effect. “Returning to passenger cruising is a phased approach to mitigate the risk of spreading Covid-19,” the CDC s
  11. Here is the CLIA statement. Cruise Lines International Association, the main lobbying group for cruise companies including Carnival, issued a statement earlier Wednesday calling for the CDC to drop the order and agree to let U.S. sailings resume by July. But in an emailed response to questions, the CDC said the so-called Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, or CSO, remains in effect. “Returning to passenger cruising is a phased approach to mitigate the risk of spreading Covid-19,” the CDC said. “Details for the next phase of the CSO are currently under inte
  12. I don't think test cruises will ever happen. At least "test cruises" the CDC had planned on requiring last year. Some sort of protocols will come out that cruise lines will be required to follow but I don't see test cruises being required any longer.
  13. Updated March 16, 2021: Your safety is our #1 priority—both on and off our ships. Due to the current global environment, we are extending the suspension of cruises to include all cruises embarking through June 2021. Guests who had an active reservation on a suspended cruise in June 2021 will automatically receive a refund of their cruise fare in the original form of payment for the amount paid by May 4, 2021. Additionally, a 10% off coupon will be automatically added to the guest's account, if the guest has not already received one for a previously cancelled sailing. The 10% FCC coupon
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