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Princess News & Princess Chatter / Re: Ruby Princess dealing with Covid
« Last post by RichC on January 08, 2022, 06:24:34 AM »
The news sure loves reporting on this virus.
Cruising Chatter / Re: CDC Recommendation
« Last post by RichC on January 08, 2022, 06:21:26 AM »
Unless they cancel my upcoming trip I'm still going to take a chance and go. The effects of catching this Omicron virus doesn't seem to be that bad.
Cruising Chatter / Mississippi river cruises could be affected by CDC guidelines
« Last post by Host Mike on January 07, 2022, 08:55:44 PM »
"The CDC raised its COVID-19 warning for cruise ships to a four, its highest level, and stated that U.S. travelers should avoid cruises regardless of vaccination status.

These new guidelines could affect cruise ships traveling on the Mississippi to Baton Rouge, and, effectively, tourism in the city."
"It turns out, cruise ships on the open sea can make their own laws. Once at sea, U.S. law does not always apply,

Michelle Couch Friedman, the executive director of the non-profit consumer group Elliott Advocacy, is trying to get the Cottos a refund. But she says getting any help from Norwegian has been difficult, as she wrote in a blog article about the ordeal."
"PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – For some passengers getting off the Norwegian Escape Monday, they weren’t catching a ride home. They were catching a ride to quarantine.

Without a plan to get home to Ireland, Mark Luxford was one of the passengers who said he’s now quarantining at the Radisson Resort near Port Canaveral."
Cruising Chatter / Don't worry, Carinival has got you covered - or not.
« Last post by Host Mike on January 07, 2022, 08:21:53 PM »
"Section 8(b) of Carnival Cruise Line’s cruise ticket contract reads:

“Carnival shall have no liability for any compensation or other damages in such circumstances for any change in itinerary, ports of call, ports of embarkation and debarkation, and/or duration of the cruise.”
"OSLO, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Norwegian cruise and travel operator Hurtigruten Group will cut short a voyage in the Antarctica region following an outbreak of the coronavirus, the company said on Thursday.

Ten people on board the MS Roald Amundsen cruise vessel had tested positive for COVID-19, and the ship will return to port in Chile two days ahead of schedule, said a spokesperson for Hurtigruten Expeditions, a subsidiary of Hurtigruten Group."
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