Unvaccinated guests can cruise again from the U.S. !

By: Fox Travel | Published 08/03/2022


A number of cruise lines are relaxing protocols to cruises.
In the next few days, Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean, and MSC Cruises will no longer require those pre-test for the guests who are vaccinated on trips five days or shorter.
Virgin Voyages, Azamara, and 'Margaritaville at Sea' are dropping required pre-embarking testing.
These changes will be made in phases, with the first of these updates effective on Thursday, August 4, 2022, and focused on short cruise itineraries of 5 days or less. 
No pre-cruise testing for fully vaccinated guests booked on cruises with itineraries 5 days or less.  Pre-cruise testing for itineraries 6 days or longer can be conducted up to three (3) days before departure.  All unvaccinated guests, age 2 and older, must provide proof of a negative result of a lab-administered or supervised self-administered antigen COVID test taken within three (3) days before embarkation.
Maintaining a high percentage of fully vaccinated guests onboard all our sailings, far above the general population.
All crew will continue to be fully vaccinated and boosted when eligible and tested regularly.
We can not stress enough that NOW is the time to book that cruise!!! Any cruise line, any place, any time.
Once those protocols drop, prices will sky rocket and ships will sell out fast. Get your cabin booked at today's rates.
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