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  1. My understanding is that skipping the simulated voyages still requires cruise lines to follow these requirements in what's being called "Restricted Voyages" under the CSO. It is also my understanding that these are required even if the cruise lines meet the 95/98% vaccination requirement. IMO, some of these are not possible (at least not with a full ship), and others essentially diminish the cruise experience to the point of it not being worth it. If you travelled to a city where 95%+ of the people were vaccinated and you still had to do these things I think we'd all call that absolutely
  2. Just saw this article. https://thepointsguy.com/news/antigua-barbuda-curacao-do-not-travel-cdc/
  3. Be careful booking a future cruise... Why? The cruise lines are hemorrhaging cash. RCL has 61 ships floating around ports. Cruise lines and cruise ships are in survival mode. The CDC can extend the ban on cruise departures from US ports indefinitely (beyond) the end of July 2020. All Business Interruption and Liability coverage on the ships (including reinsurance) have broader carve outs for infectious diseases beyond the current exclusions. Countries outside of the US may not permit cruise ships to dock, which is currently the situation in the Caribbean and Latin Am
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