Month: February 2022

Carnival Corporation has confirmed that it will adjust itineraries across its cruise brands and remove visits to Russia. The cruise company, which owns nine cruise operators, will announce further details through its brands once the adjusted itineraries are confirmed. Carnival Removing Calls Due to Situation in Ukraine Cruise lines are responding to the developing situation
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As tensions and fighting continue in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, more cruise lines are removing St. Petersburg, Odessa, and other ports of call in Russia and Ukraine from their itineraries, and adjusting sailings to new routes. Other major lines, including Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, and Celebrity Cruises,
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As tensions in Eastern Europe have mounted in recent days, culminating with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 23, cruise lines have closely monitored the situation and the possibility of itinerary changes and port cancelations. Norwegian Cruise Line has become the first major cruise line to cancel all calls to St. Petersburg, Russia, for the
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Norwegian Cruise Line currently has 10 cruise ships back in service with another seven scheduled to resume cruises over the next few months. NCL’s recently updated schedule for each cruise ship in their fleet is as follows: Norwegian Bliss – Currently sailing from Los AngelesNorwegian Breakaway – Currently sailing from New OrleansNorwegian Dawn – Currently
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Cruise lines are continuing to incrementally relax health and safety protocols, easing restrictions while still monitoring for necessary adjustments to keep passengers, crew members, and local communities safe. For Royal Caribbean International, the updated protocols relaxing mask wearing onboard will take effect Friday, February 25, for all sailings departing the U.S. and Puerto Rico. No
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