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  1. There is no getting around the CDC. All they have to do is require a mandatory quarantine for anyone returning from Cozumel All Expenses Paid, by you of course.
  2. Neither cruise is going to happen. Get your money back and quit booking cruises until everything settles out. There is no telling when cruising returns and what ships will actually sail.
  3. lori111 is right. Long haul travel is going to be slow to return because many countries will keep quarantine and entry restrictions in effect until covid is under control worldwide. Canada PM said exactly that a few weeks ago. It will be mid 2023 or early 2024 before that occurs. And that assumes new variants don't pop up that evade vaccines. Cruising will be regional for a couple of years when it returns. There will be no trans Atlantic or trans Pacific cruises. The cruise lines will just layup the ships during off seasons. It is too costly to keep going through the CDC CSO every t
  4. There will be no executive order to temporarily suspend the foreign port requirement. Canada is not allowing cruise ships to enter Canadian waters. Who says the CDC will allow cruise ships to leave the US before Canada lifts the cruise ban?
  5. Exactly. Who knows, maybe Canada will allow cruise ships in before the CDC lets them out of the US.
  6. Completely agree but at what point is the virus considered under control by the CDC and US Government. I don't know but am concerned it could be longer than cruise lines can hold out.
  7. If you think this is horrible guess what happens if someone on a cruise test positive for covid? Everyone on the ship could be placed on the No Fly List. When someone tests positive the CDC will be notified then the Department of Homeland Security will be notified and they will have a list of every passenger on the ship.
  8. From what I have heard the vendors and shop owners do not find it practical to open for a partial Alaska season. Its all or nothing. Since May and June were already not going to happen closing the entire season is not that big of a deal for them. This makes a land trip more enticing as there will be fewer tourist and lower prices and crowds.
  9. 0.00 is the only answer. The 2021 Alaska season was over with anyway. NCL is sending all there non essential crew home and no way were they going to be back to start the season up there by June. When they do start up it will be short cruises from Florida for awhile.
  10. Yes, they had already canceled some sailings, Quantum of the Seas I believe. Also, Canada had previously announced that they did not see cruise ships coming to Canada through July 2021. Cruising for 2021 looks to be 3-7 days cruises in the Med or Caribbean at best.
  11. I had read that most of the vendors that setup for the Alaska season would not come for a partial season anyway. It was a given that May and June were going to be canceled.
  12. This ends the Alaska and New England season for 2021. Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, announced two new Interim Orders, which prohibit pleasure craft in Canadian Arctic waters and cruise vessels in all Canadian waters until February 28, 2022. This means: Adventure-seeking pleasure craft are still prohibited from entering Arctic waters. Passenger vessels carrying more than 12 people are still prohibited from entering Arctic coastal waters, including Nunatsiavut, Nunavik, and the Labrador Coast. Cruise vessels carrying 100 or more p
  13. Scrap Alaska 2021and Canada New England 2021. Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, announced two new Interim Orders, which prohibit pleasure craft in Canadian Arctic waters and cruise vessels in all Canadian waters until February 28, 2022. This means: Adventure-seeking pleasure craft are still prohibited from entering Arctic waters. Passenger vessels carrying more than 12 people are still prohibited from entering Arctic coastal waters, including Nunatsiavut, Nunavik, and the Labrador Coast. Cruise vessels carrying 100 or more people ar
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