Imagine cruising just the way you want it! 😎 That is one of the reasons why we love Norwegian Cruise Line. We are diving into the newest NCL ship with tours, our experience, and Great Stirrup Cay (their private island). BUT . . . before we do that, we want to share 7 reasons why Norwegian Cruise Line is different from other cruise lines. Now, I am not saying this is the … [Read more...] about Epic Family Fun on Norwegian Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean International will no longer require any of its cruise passengers to be vaccinated for COVID-19 as it had previously planned. In a press release Friday announcing cruises for sale on 8 of its ships from U.S. ports this summer, starting with Freedom of the Seas from Port Miami on July 2, the company said it will recommend passengers get the COVID-19 vaccine, … [Read more...] about No Vaccine Required for Royal Caribbean Cruises
Travelers can once again mark their calendars and set their sights on a summer full of long-awaited cruise vacations. Building on the excitement of its upcoming return to Alaska, Royal Caribbean International has announced that six of its award-winning ships will begin sailing from major U.S. cruise ports in Florida and Texas in July and August. The cruise line’s comeback … [Read more...] about Royal Caribbean Announces Return to US Cruising
Royal Caribbean received approval from the CDC to begin operating test cruises. Beginning test cruises represents a crucial step towards resuming cruises in the U.S. To all our colleagues, loyal guests and supporters all over the world, I am proud and pleased to share some bright and wonderful news! Boom! Onwards and upwards team!Michael bayley, RCCL president Royal … [Read more...] about CDC Approves Plan for Royal Caribbean Test Cruises!
President Joe Biden signed legislation that sets the stage for large ships to cruise this summer to Alaska. President Biden signed a bill passed by both the House and Senate that would allow foreign-flagged cruise ships to sail to and around Alaska from the U.S. without stopping at a foreign port, as required by the Passenger Vessel Services Act of 1886. The waiver of the … [Read more...] about Alaska Cruises Likely to Restart This Summer