CLIA, Cruise, Cruising

Careful Resumption Under Improved Safety Enhancements (CRUISE) Act Introduced in Washington DC to Resume Cruise Line Operations

Today (April 13, 2021), Senators Rick Scott (Florida), Dan Sullivan (Alaska) and Marco Rubio (Florida) introduced the Careful Resumption Under Improved Safety Enhancements (CRUISE) Act. This ACT would revoke the CDC’s current No Sail Order on cruises. Additionally, it would require the CDC to provide COVID-19 mitigation guidance for cruise lines to resume safe domestic operations. Congresswoman… Continue reading Careful Resumption Under Improved Safety Enhancements (CRUISE) Act Introduced in Washington DC to Resume Cruise Line Operations

CLIA, Cruise, Cruising

Florida Files Lawsuit Taking Aim at the CDC’s Conditional Sailing Order

Today(April 8,2021), Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, under the direction of Governor DeSantis, filed legal action against the Biden administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over the outdated federal shutdown order of the nation’s cruise industry. As COVID-19 vaccine distribution continues to increase at a rapid pace under Governor Ron DeSantis’s… Continue reading Florida Files Lawsuit Taking Aim at the CDC’s Conditional Sailing Order

Cruising, Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean Extends Operational Pause through June 30, 2021 for Sailings out of the United States.

These past few weeks have certainly generated encouragement for the cruise industry with the announcements of the progressive return to sailing from a variety of locations around the globe! In just a few short months, Royal Caribbean will begin setting sail from exciting new homeports in Israel, The Bahamas, Bermuda and Cyprus. These events are… Continue reading Royal Caribbean Extends Operational Pause through June 30, 2021 for Sailings out of the United States.