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Reported in yesterday's Sun-Sentinel business section article When will cruises resume from the US? Here’s what we know (https://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-bz-cruises-resume-ss-prem-20210221-zsnggew2pjgtnkkfgv7irjqnu4-story.html#nt=interstitial-manual)

 

If cruise lines are able to restart operations in May as currently scheduled, Port Everglades will be ready with comprehensive health protection protocols developed in collaboration with federal health authorities, said chief executive and port director Jonathan Daniels. A ferry, called Balearia Caribbean, that shuttles guests from the port to Bimini and Grand Bahama was allowed to resume service earlier this month under the protocols, Daniels said.

 

Whenever cruising resumes from Port Everglades, customers will find reminders to practice social distancing and over-the-counter medicine for sale in a new kiosk.

Whenever cruising resumes from Port Everglades, customers will find reminders to practice social distancing and over-the-counter medicine for sale in a new kiosk. (Port Everglades/Courtesy)

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33 minutes ago, capriccio said:

Reported in yesterday's Sun-Sentinel business section article When will cruises resume from the US? Here’s what we know (https://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-bz-cruises-resume-ss-prem-20210221-zsnggew2pjgtnkkfgv7irjqnu4-story.html#nt=interstitial-manual)

 

If cruise lines are able to restart operations in May as currently scheduled, Port Everglades will be ready with comprehensive health protection protocols developed in collaboration with federal health authorities, said chief executive and port director Jonathan Daniels. A ferry, called Balearia Caribbean, that shuttles guests from the port to Bimini and Grand Bahama was allowed to resume service earlier this month under the protocols, Daniels said.

 

Whenever cruising resumes from Port Everglades, customers will find reminders to practice social distancing and over-the-counter medicine for sale in a new kiosk.

Whenever cruising resumes from Port Everglades, customers will find reminders to practice social distancing and over-the-counter medicine for sale in a new kiosk. (Port Everglades/Courtesy)

A great article, I’m certain, but it’s behind a pay wall. 

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20 minutes ago, Bgwest said:

A great article, I’m certain, but it’s behind a pay wall. 

That's why I quoted the section dealing specifically with Port Everglades thinking some might find it germane to this thread.

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40 minutes ago, capriccio said:

That's why I quoted the section dealing specifically with Port Everglades thinking some might find it germane to this thread.

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