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Post-pandemic cruises: when and in which you can go this summer

Since early June, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began approving individual cruises based on their compliance with guidelines. The CDC has issued a decree requiring all passengers and crew on ships to wear face masks. The organization also recommends that passengers get vaccinated against COVID-19 before cruising, although individual cruise lines are currently defining their own vaccination requirements. On what cruises it will be possible to get on now or in the near future, the publication said US News.

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American Cruise Lines: March 13, 2021

American Cruise Lines began operating again at 75% utilization in mid-March 2021. The cruise line requires guests to provide a negative COVID-19 test result within four days of boarding, and may require a full vaccination before sailing (depending on the region). Face masks are essential for group activities.

American Queen Steamboat Company: mid-March 2021

In mid-March, the American Queen Steamboat Company resumed individual flights. From July 1, 2021, she requires 100% of her guests to be fully vaccinated. As a result, there is no longer a need for face masks on board. However, they are still required for embarkation and disembarkation, as well as on vehicles during excursions.

Azamara Club Cruises: 28 August 2021

The company will resume flights with a capacity of about 700 people at the end of the summer. So far, the company has not announced safety requirements due to COVID-19.

Carnival Cruise Line: July 3, 2021

The company requires travelers to be fully vaccinated. There is also a requirement to wear masks, maintain social distance and be tested before boarding.

Celebrity Cruises: June 5, 2021

The cruise line will require all travelers 18 years of age or older to be fully vaccinated no later than 14 days prior to boarding, and travelers 12 years of age or older are required to complete a full vaccination from August 1, 2021. Among other things, guests are required to provide a negative PCR test for COVID-19.

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Crystal Cruises: July 3, 2021

Screening on these cruises includes COVID-19 testing, temperature measurements at check-in, multiple health questionnaires, mask policies, social distancing, and no-touch dining protocols.

Travelers must also be fully vaccinated 14 days before the cruise.

Holland America Line: July 24, 2021

Holland America Line plans to resume flights to Alaska at the end of July. Standard safety rules will apply on board: face masks and social distancing. Additional medical personnel will be provided on each ship.

Norwegian Cruise Line: August 10, 2021

Norwegian Cruise Line announced that it will require passengers to be fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to departure. Crew members must also be fully vaccinated before going to sea. All ships are equipped with medical grade air filters, and public and private spaces will often be disinfected with powerful disinfectants.

Oceania Cruises: August 29, 2021

The cruise line requires all guests and crew to be fully vaccinated. Other coronavirus safety protocols include permanent disinfection of all public and private spaces, upgraded air filtration systems, no-contact food, health checks, social distancing measures, and more.

Princess Cruises: July 25, 2021

Travelers who wish to cruise on Princess Cruises should prepare for a boarding medical check-up, pool food and beverage contactless ordering. Physical distancing will be mandatory and guests are required to wear masks in areas where distance is not possible.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises: September 11, 2021

The company plans to return all of its ships to sea by February 2022. All crew members and vacationers must be fully vaccinated to board any Regent Seven Seas Cruises. In addition, all guests are required to take a COVID-19 test. Protocols include social distancing measures and more.

Royal Caribbean International: July 2, 2021

Royal Caribbean International resumed some flights as early as early July. Passengers on ships departing from Florida and Texas ports will not need proof of vaccination, while ships departing from Seattle and the Bahamas will. Guests will be tested for COVID-19 prior to boarding, and other security protocols must be followed.

Seabourn Cruise Line: July 3, 2021

The company has already resumed some of its cruises. She put in place regulations such as boarding medical exams, spaced boarding times, mandatory masks (when social distancing is not possible), improved ventilation and contact tracing. In addition, all travelers must be fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to cruising to board.

Tauck River Cruises: July 2021

Tauck River Cruises, which operates on all seven continents, plans to resume all of its flights to the United States in July. Guests must be fully vaccinated or present a negative PCR test for COVID-19 within five days of travel. Guests should, among other things, wear face masks in public places, disinfect their hands frequently, and follow guidelines from health authorities.

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Virgin Voyages: August 2021

The all-new Virgin Voyages cruise line was set to debut its first ship, the Scarlet Lady, in April 2020. Due to the pandemic, the ship's maiden voyage was postponed several times. The line plans to debut the Scarlet Lady with a series of mini cruises in the UK from early August, followed by the US in September. On board, travelers can look forward to safety precautions, including temperature and health checks, phased boarding and non-contact technology. In addition, all Virgin Voyages guests and crew members must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to sailing.

Windstar Cruises: June 19, 2021

Windstar Cruises, which operates small vessels with a capacity of 150 to 350 guests each, resumed cruises in mid-June. Windstar requires all crew and campers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks prior to travel. The company will also conduct a test for each passenger during boarding; for a cruise, the result must be negative.

Viking Ocean Cruises: June 15, 2021

Viking Ocean Cruises resumed flights through Bermuda and Iceland in June 2021 for fully vaccinated travelers. Guests (and staff) will be checked daily for COVID-19 using PCR tests. All ships have introduced a new air purification technology. The company also encourages social distancing measures.

Viking River Cruises: July 2021

River cruise partner Viking is expected to resume cruises in July and will follow the same rules as Viking Ocean Cruises. Guests will be required to have daily PCR tests, social distancing, temperature checks, and other safety measures. Face masks are welcome but not required.

Uniworld River Cruise Collection: June 20, 2021

Some of the company's European cruises resumed at the end of June 2021. Safety protocols include pre-boarding health checks, temperature measurements, enhanced cleaning with antimicrobial agents, and more.

Silversea Cruises: June 18, 2021

In mid-June, Silversea Cruises embarked on its maiden voyage since the outbreak of the pandemic. Guests must submit a negative COVID-19 test result. Masks will be required in closed public places, sanitation measures on all ships will be strengthened, and social distancing incentives will be introduced.

AmaWaterways: July 3, 2021

The company offers river cruises in Europe. The first flights started on July 3, but subject to quarantine measures, including masks and distancing in common areas on ships.

Costa Cruises: Mid May 2021

Costa Cruises have resumed sailing in the Mediterranean from mid-May. Restart dates for other vessels will run from summer to December depending on the voyage. There are mandatory public mask rules, pre-boarding medical examinations, new air filters and well-equipped medical centers on board.

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Cunard Line: November 2021

On Cunard flights, travelers can rely on rules such as COVID-19 testing and screening before boarding, mandatory masking and social distancing. The company also promises improved cleaning measures, hand sanitizing stations throughout the ship, and improved air filtration on board.

Disney Cruise Line: August 9, 2021

The cruise line plans to comply with CDC guidelines by requiring testing for COVID-19. She will deny boarding to passengers with symptoms of COVID-19. It is mandatory to wear face masks on board.

MSC Cruises: August 2, 2021

Guests will be obliged to check their health before boarding, measure their temperature daily. They will have adapted buffets (staff serving guests), reduced event and theater opportunities, increased medical staff on board, and more.

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