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  1. Think it might had been Icy Straight Whale Adventures.
  2. Last time I needed glasses or a corkscrew I was referred to room service.
  3. Only problem with this solution is the verification stage. Without adding some sort of means to use facial recognition you'd have nothing preventing someone from scanning a batch of cards. Having a crew member physically scan the card also adds the step of verifying the person. For the most part I think all Royal ships have started using handheld scanners at the muster stations, scanning either a barcode or RFID tag. Can't recall the last time I've done a muster where they checked you off a paper list. My guess for the sticker is one of my original thoughts, after a certain time when
  4. Stand corrected, article gave the appearance Malta was intended as a regular technical stop.
  5. I read it as the ship was using that port as a technical stop already. Similar to what Vision out of Bermuda was going to do in Freeport. Quote: The passengers who tested positive and those in their party were not allowed to disembark in Malta where the ship docked ahead of the Siracusa port call, given it was a technical stop and passengers were never meant to get off the ship, CNN reported.
  6. Right now it sounds like a pre-boarding/at check-in test. Maybe some how it will also factor an insurance cost, similar to what is included with the Bahamas Health Visa.
  7. Per: https://www.royalcaribbean.com/the-healthy-sail-center You’re taken care of Book a Royal Caribbean International cruise that’s sailing on or before October 31, 2021 and you’ll have the following reassurance at no extra charge. COVID-19 Assistance* 100% cruise fare refund for you, and your Travelling Party, if any of you tests positive for COVID-19 within 14 days prior to the cruise or at the boarding terminal. Pro-rated cruise fare refund for anyone who has their cruise cut short due to testing positive for COVID-19 or being suspected of having COVID-19 during the cru
  8. Motion Hearing: https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flmd.388773/gov.uscourts.flmd.388773.84.0.pdf PROCEEDINGS: HEARING RE PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION (DOC. 9) Court in session. All parties are present in the courtroom and identified for the record. The Court addresses, with plaintiff’s counsel, a statement from the Governor’s office regarding the mediation. The plaintiff argues their response to defendants’ supplemental brief (Doc. 82). Defense counsel argues their supplemental brief (Doc. 72). Order to follow
  9. Same feeling I had when they stopped requiring lifejackets to be brought.
  10. My question of the day: When did Johnny Rockets on Anthem start doing breakfast? Plus I always thought Johnny Rockets on Anthem was take-out style.
  11. Logical idea could be disabling the SeaPass of people that haven't checked in after a certain time. Other thought would be not allowing a card without a sticker beyond a certain time be used.
  12. CDC/HHS Response in Opposition to Motion for Alaska: https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flmd.388773/gov.uscourts.flmd.388773.83.0.pdf CDC/HHS, comments like this really hurt the image of the industry: But it is equally if not more plausible that if the CSO were invalidated, fewer people may choose to cruise due to fear that the cruise industry will take short cuts that would increase their risk of contracting the virus or spreading it to others. CDC/HHS lawyers do get credit referring to the Passenger Vessel Services Act (“PVSA”), no mention of the Jones Act.
  13. My Royal Cruise: For sailing onboard Mariner of the Seas® departing October 2021, Symphony of the Seas® & Odyssey of the Seas® departing January 2022, Oasis of the Seas® & Harmony of the Seas® departing February 2022 and beyond, they will see this new platform now, with all their existing bookings seamlessly and automatically transferred.
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