Celebrity Cruises is set to become the first US cruise ship to resume operations from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on June 26. I hope it will be resolved in time. It is required that guests 16 and older be vaccinated, while children will be tested at the terminal.
carnival cruises said on monday That its first ship will depart from the Port of Galveston in Texas on July 3 and will be available only to vaccinated passengers. Norwegian, which will begin operating cruises from Miami in August, Said it would need it by October 31 And Florida has threatened to abandon ports if the state does not allow cruise lines an exemption from a law banning vaccine requirements.
Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, said in a statement on June 7 that “Current CDC requirements for cruises with a guest base that are unvaccinated will make it very difficult to provide the experience our guests expect, particularly Given the large number of families with young children who sail with us.”
“As a result, our option is to operate our ships from the US with vaccinated guests in the month of July,” she said.
But even if you are vaccinated, you should also consider the requirements of the country where the cruise is landing. For example, the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten, where Celebrity Cruises starts sailing A negative test is required in addition to proof of vaccination on June 5.
What documents should I bring with me if I travel?
It will also depend on where you are going, but a good rule of thumb is to carry your physical vaccine card if you have one, and proof of a negative test if necessary.
Travel agent Mr. Alexander advises people to bring original documents. While several digital health certificates – which show vaccine status and test results – are in the works, he said, they are not yet widely accepted. You should also check that your document is in the correct language. United KingdomFor example, it is required that the test results be in English, Spanish or French.