RETURN TO SERVICE FAQS – VACCINATED VOYAGES
What kind of mask should I wear?
All guests, ages two and above, are required to wear masks at all times when indoors, except when eating or drinking or when in their own staterooms and when outdoors if in large gatherings and physical distancing cannot be maintained. As advised by health experts, guests are recommended to use higher-grade masks indoors (such as surgical or KN95) that have two or more layers, completely cover the nose and mouth, fit snugly against the sides of the face and have a nose wire. Not acceptable types of masks include face masks with vents or openings, bandanas and face shields when worn without masks.
PRE-CRUISE VACCINE ATTESTATION
What is a vaccine attestation?
Every guest on a reservation is required to complete a pre-cruise online vaccine attestation. When you receive
the vaccine attestation, you will be asked to go to Cruise Manager on Carnival.com to submit your information
within 48 hours. If you submitted a vaccine exemption request, kindly ensure your responses for each guest align
with your exemption request. Failure to comply with pre-cruise information requests on a timely basis are
grounds for cancellation.
VACCINES & TESTING
What kind of proof of vaccination will Carnival accept?
Guests may present an original vaccination document issued by the country’s health authority or healthcare provider that administered the vaccination, (i.e., CDC Vaccination Record Card). No photocopies or pictures of the document are acceptable.
A digital COVID-19 Certificate (QR code acceptable), a record of COVID-19 vaccination from a healthcare provider (original digital email accepted), a personal electronic health record or government Immunization Information System record is also acceptable.
The name and date of birth on the vaccination card must match the guest’s travel documents, and show the guest is fully vaccinated. This means the guest has completed the full cycle of the required doses for the vaccines administered (i.e., received the second dose in a two-dose series) and the second dose was administered 14 days before the sailing date (not including embarkation day). Vaccination type, dates and lot numbers must be clearly visible.
What happens if I test positive for COVID-19 at embarkation?
Any guest who tests positive at embarkation, and their traveling companions in the same stateroom along with other close contacts, will not be able to cruise and will be provided a future cruise credit. (A close contact is any individual who has been within 6 feet of an infected/symptomatic person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period within 14 days prior to sailing.)
If a guest traveled by air to join their cruise, and tests positive at embarkation — or tests positive during the cruise — they and their close contacts will be unable to return home by public transport and may be required to quarantine before traveling home. While Carnival will help make quarantine arrangements, all guests are responsible for expenses associated with quarantine.
Are fully vaccinated guests required to take a pre-travel COVID-19 test?
The CDC requires pre-cruise testing for vaccinated guests to be taken within two days prior to the sailing date. If the sailing is on Saturday, the test may be taken on Thursday and Friday, and as late as Saturday, if you are guaranteed to receive your results in time for check-in. On certain sailings, guests should be prepared for the possibility of an additional COVID test prior to boarding, which will be provided in the terminal on a complimentary basis.
What kind of pre-cruise COVID-19 tests are acceptable?
Guests must be tested with a COVID-19 viral test that is either an antigen test or a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT).
Antigen tests include (acceptable for fully vaccinated guests only):
Rapid antigen test
Viral antigen test
Antigen Chromatographic Digital Immunoassay
Antigen Chemiluminescence Immunoassay, or
Antigen Lateral Flow Fluorescence
NAAT include (acceptable for vaccinated and unvaccinated guests):
PCR – Polymerase chain reaction
RT-PCR – reverse transcription real time PCR
Quantitative PCR (qPCR)
Reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP) test
Transcription-mediated amplification (TMA) test
Molecular test or molecular diagnostic test
Droplet Digital PCR or digital droplet PCR (ddPCR)
Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)
A rapid antigen or rapid PCR test is acceptable (of the test types listed above).
Where can I get a COVID-19 test?
For sailings departing through February 28, 2022, a limited number of antigen tests for vaccinated guests only will be available at the cruise terminal on the day of sailing. Advance reservations are required, and availability is on a capacity-controlled basis. A non-refundable payment of US$100 per person will be collected by the testing provider at the time the reservation is made (major credit cards and debit cards accepted). Guests who schedule their test for the day of sailing must still arrive at their arrival appointment. To make a reservation, please use the link designated below for your departure port.
Baltimore, Galveston, Long Beach and New Orleans
Miami, Port Canaveral, Tampa
We are also working to expand our testing capabilities at the terminal for vaccinated guests, specifically for our short itineraries (3- and 4-day voyages). Vaccinated guests will be able to meet the pre-cruise testing requirement as part of the embarkation process for a cost of US$10, per test. Pre-registration will be required, and there will be some capacity limits, but it is our intention to make this discounted, convenient testing available to as many guests as possible. Testing sites to support short itinerary cruises will be phased in and announced by the end of January, at which time guests will receive an email to register for testing.
Since capacity is limited, we kindly ask this option be used only by those guests who have been unsuccessful in making other testing arrangements.
Additionally, guests may schedule testing with Quest Diagnostics at more than 1,500 locations, including Quest Diagnostics patient service centers and select Walmart and other retail pharmacy locations throughout the U.S. Appointments are required and may be scheduled online via Quest Diagnostic's website . Results are typically available within 48 hours via email or mobile application but Quest advises that turnaround time can fluctuate with demand, supplies and other factors, and vary by region. As with any laboratory provider, pricing for COVID-19 testing services may vary. Guests may qualify for testing at no cost to them through their insurance or the government. We urge guests to check with their health plan or the laboratory provider to see if they are eligible before scheduling a test.
Guests may also contact their nearest health center, pharmacy, state health department, or transiting airport to learn more about their availability for COVID-19 testing.
Is a self-test acceptable?
Fully vaccinated guests may consider using self-administered telehealth COVID-19 tests, which have been approved by the CDC to satisfy the pre-cruise testing requirement. The test must be a COVID-19 viral test (NAAT or antigen test) with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The self-test process must happen under live supervision on a video call with a telehealth representative who must confirm the person’s identity, observe the specimen collection and testing procedures, confirm the test result, and issue a report that meets the requirements of acceptable proof of a negative COVID-19 test. The telehealth provider must issue a result document that includes all the necessary information which must be presented at the time of check-in. Fully vaccinated guests may consider using one of the following self-administered telehealth tests:
Abbott BinaxNOW™ COVID-19 Ag Card Home Test
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Radeas Inspire Diagnostics At-Home Health Test
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These include a viral antigen home test and the services of an eMed telemedicine professional who will supervise the administration of the home test and provide your results in 15 minutes.
What kind of proof of testing will Carnival accept?
Acceptable proof of PCR/antigen COVID-19 testing includes laboratory test record, digital certificate and healthcare record.
The results must show first and last name, date of birth, type of test (NAAT or antigen), date and time the sample was taken, test result as either “NEGATIVE” or “NOT DETECTED,” laboratory/testing site or healthcare provider details. Handwritten test results are not acceptable.
If there is doubt as to the authenticity or validity of the test, and the testing facility or healthcare provider is not able to be contacted for verification purposes, embarkation may be denied.
What happens if I am a few days short of completing my second dose within 14 days of sailing?
Unfortunately, guests will not be able to sail unless they are fully vaccinated and received their final dose of the vaccine no later than 14 days prior to the sailing date (not including embarkation day). This means that on embarkation day, 15 days will have passed since the final dose was received. Please take a few moments to review your vaccination record prior to your cruise and confirm you meet this important requirement. Guests who did not receive their final dose within the required time will not be allowed to sail and no refund will be provided.
Do I need to send you my vaccine card and test results in advance?
No, your COVID documents must be presented to the health screening staff at the terminal at check-in. However, we are piloting a program on select Mardi Gras™ sailings using VeriFLY, a secure, free digital health application that allows vaccinated guests the ability to easily upload required pre-embarkation information, like their vaccine attestation, proof of vaccination, negative COVID-19 test results, and their health assessment. Completing these tasks before check-in will make embarkation a faster and more seamless experience. Once the pilot is complete, guests will be informed as we roll out this solution across the fleet.
I am booked on back-to-back cruises. Will I be tested in between voyages?
When traveling on back-to-back cruises on the same ship, guests will receive an antigen test in between voyages.
Back-to-back guests traveling on another Carnival Cruise Line ship within one day of disembarking their first
voyage should inform onboard Guest Services in advance so they can receive the required pre-travel COVID-19 test
before they disembark. Guests must present their negative test results upon arrival at the cruise terminal for
their next voyage.
Back-to-back guests traveling on another Carnival Cruise Line ship within 2-7 days of when they disembark their
first voyage should present proof of their previous cruise to the health screening staff at check-in so they can
receive the required pre-travel COVID-19 test at the cruise terminal.
The test will be offered on a complimentary basis to vaccinated guests, and included in the $150 testing and
reporting fee assessed to unvaccinated guests.
What if I forget my vaccination card or test results?
Unfortunately, guests who are unable to provide the required proof of vaccination or negative PCR/antigen test
results will not be able to board and will not receive a refund.
Do you accept any kind of vaccine?
Acceptable vaccines are those that have been approved/authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or have emergency-use listing by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Acceptable vaccines and vaccine combinations*
COVID-19 Vaccination Manufacturer
Also known as:
Pfizer: 2 Doses
Comirnaty / BioNTech
Moderna: 2 Doses
Johnson & Johnson: 1 Dose
AstraZeneca: 2 Doses
Covishield / Vaxzevria
Sinopharm: 2 Doses
Sinovac: 2 Doses
MIXED DOSES: Pfizer (1 Dose) + Moderna (1 Dose)
MIXED DOSES: AstraZeneca (1 dose) + Pfizer (1Dose) OR Moderna (1 Dose)
US ONLY: Novavax clinical trial participants who can confirm that they received the full 2-dose series of the active COVID-19 vaccine
* Exceptions to the above may apply to itineraries that sail to ports where certain vaccine combinations are not accepted.
Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine booster to be considered fully vaccinated?
The CDC has strongly recommended that individuals obtain a COVID-19 booster vaccination, when eligible. Should the CDC definition of fully vaccinated evolve to require the booster shot, our policy will adapt accordingly. It is also always possible that certain destinations could define a fully vaccinated guest as one who is current with their booster shot. Consequently, we also strongly encourage all guests who are eligible to get their booster vaccine at least seven days before boarding as this may become a condition for travel without prior notice. Please review the updated CDC recommendations on the CDC’s website .
Will the crew be vaccinated?
Yes, our crew is fully vaccinated and receiving booster shots when eligible.
VACCINE EXEMPTIONS – PROCESS FOR UNVACCINATED GUESTS
Are unvaccinated guests allowed to travel on sailings which are
operating under vaccinated standards?
We will continue to manage an exemption process for a small number of guests who are ineligible for vaccines. Requirements for cruise ships to enter ports outside the U.S. continue to evolve and Carnival Cruise Line must operate in full compliance with these regulations.
- Vaccine exemptions for cruises to the Caribbean will be limited to a very small number of children under 12, and teens and adults with a medical condition who can provide written confirmation from their medical provider that they cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. Our sailings from Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, South Carolina, Alabama, New York and Virginia will operate under these criteria with the assumption that current restrictions imposed by destinations will remain in place.
Vaccine exemptions for ships departing from California, and for our Alaska and European voyages will be accepted for children under 12 and as required by U.S. federal law (in accommodation of medical reasons and sincerely held religious beliefs).
On round trip voyages of 10 days or longer, departing from and returning to North America, vaccine exemptions will only be accommodated as required by law and destination requirements.
The vaccine exemption process is currently open for sailings through December 31, 2022. Guests will be notified when we extend this period.
Vaccine exemptions are not guaranteed and are capacity-controlled based on the total number of vaccinated guests projected to be on board. The number of exemptions we are able to grant is far fewer than the requests we receive. While the decision to vaccinate children is obviously a personal one, if you are a family with children ages 5-11 and want to guarantee your ability to sail together, we encourage you to consider your vaccination options.
Unvaccinated guests must closely follow the application process and if granted an exemption, must abide by our requirements and protocols.
A request for a capacity-managed exemption must be submitted within 48 hours of making a new reservation.
Requests will be processed after the booking is paid in full, in sailing date order, and once we have finalized
the estimated vaccinated guest count.
If you are an unvaccinated guest, your reservation is not considered confirmed unless you receive an approved
exemption, which will be issued within 14 days of sailing. Any unvaccinated guests whose exemptions are
approved will be required to review and agree to all the restrictions and protocols listed above prior to
boarding the ship.
If we are unable to approve the request, guests will have the option to cancel the unvaccinated guest(s) from a
reservation, move to a future sailing date or cancel with a full refund to the original form of payment.
Unfortunately, we cannot assist with expenses related to a denied exemption request, and guests assume all risks
related to non-refundable travel costs (i.e., air fare, hotel).
What are the protocols for unvaccinated guests who are approved for a vaccine exemption?
Unvaccinated guests approved for a vaccine exemption must abide by the following protocols, which continue to
evolve and may change without prior notice.
A negative PCR COVID-19 test, taken within 72 and 24 hours prior to the sailing date must be presented at check-in (for example, if the sailing is on Saturday, the test may be taken any time from Wednesday through Friday, but not on the morning of embarkation). As part of the health screening process, unvaccinated guests must also take an antigen test at embarkation, and test again within 24 hours of debarkation on all cruises longer than 4 days. All unvaccinated guests will be assessed a US$150 per person charge on the guest’s onboard Sail & Sign account to cover the cost of testing, reporting and health and safety screenings. Children under two are exempt from testing requirements.
Sailings longer than 10 days may have additional onboard testing requirements.
Travel Insurance Requirement — Florida, Texas, South Carolina and Virginia Based Ships
Unvaccinated guests sailing on a ship departing from these states must show proof of travel insurance coverage during check-in. (See travel insurance section for full details.)
Doctor’s Note — Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and New York Based Ships
If a guest received a vaccine exemption for medical reasons, a letter from a medical provider stating the
guest cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons must be presented at check-in.
Children’s/Youth Programs & Sky Zone®
Our Camp Ocean program is open on a modified basis for fully vaccinated children ages 5-11. Unvaccinated youth and teenagers will not be permitted to participate in supervised Circle “C”® and CLUB O2® youth programs, or access Sky Zone® if cruising on Carnival Panorama®.
Unvaccinated guests may not access the sauna or purchase the thermal suite pass. Those who booked Cloud 9
Spa® staterooms may take advantage of all the amenities, except the thermal
Shore Visits and Excursions
Unvaccinated guests may only debark in the ports if booked on a Carnival-sponsored bubble tour.
Carnival-approved bubble tours are excursions that operate in a controlled environment.
In the event you choose not to purchase a bubble tour, bubble tours are sold out, or cancelled due to
weather, unvaccinated guests will have to remain on board.
Guests participating in a bubble tour, regardless of vaccination status, must follow all tour protocols and local guidance regarding testing/screening, mask wearing, etc. Guests who do not comply with the controlled environment of a bubble tour will be removed from the tour and may not be allowed back on board the ship.
If your cruise visits a private port of call, such as Half Moon Cay and Princess Cays, unvaccinated guests may go ashore on their own or purchase any of our tours.
We cannot guarantee that additional restrictions will not be imposed by local authorities in the destinations we visit. Please review the requirements for unvaccinated guests in the ports of call listed below:
- San Juan – Based on our agreement with the destination, guests will have to remain on board
- Limón, Costa Rica – Guests will have to remain on board
- Grand Turk – Guests ages 16 and older will have to remain on board
- St. Kitts – Guests ages 12 and older will have to remain on board
- Bonaire – Guests ages 12 and older will have to remain on board
- Tortola – Guests ages 12 and older will have to remain on board
Now that vaccines have been approved for children, are you requiring them for kids of ages 5-11?
Vaccines are not required for children ages 5-11. However, given the limited number of vaccine exemptions we are able to grant, we encourage families to consider their vaccine options if they want to guarantee their ability to sail together.
Do unvaccinated guests need to purchase travel insurance in order to
cruise with Carnival?
Unvaccinated guests sailing on a ship departing from Florida, Texas, South Carolina or Virginia must show proof of travel insurance coverage during check-in. This requirement is currently being waived for children under 12.
However, parents are advised that purchasing travel insurance for their children is strongly recommended.
Each unvaccinated guest must have a minimum of US$10,000, per person, in medical expense coverage and US$30,000
coverage for emergency medical evacuation and without COVID-19 exclusions. The insurance policy must name the
unvaccinated guest as the policy
holder or beneficiary and may be purchased from a travel insurance company of the guest’s choosing or through
Carnival’s Vacation Protection, which includes the required coverage.
Carnival’s Vacation Protection is available for purchase until 14 days prior to sailing for guests
residing in the U.S. (excluding New York and Puerto Rico), Canada (excluding Quebec), U.S. Virgin Islands
(excluding St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix) and American Samoa (note: your booking must be paid in U.S.
currency.) Should you wish to purchase Carnival’s Vacation Protection, please call 1-800-CARNIVAL, your Personal
Vacation Planner or your travel advisor.
Unvaccinated guests sailing out of Florida, Texas or South Carolina without the required proof of insurance will not be
permitted to sail and no refund will be provided.
Although not required for sailings out of other homeports, it is always a good idea to purchase travel
HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE & SCREENING
What happens if I have a positive COVID-19 test within 14 days of
Please do not go to the cruise terminal if you have any symptoms of, or have recently tested
positive for, COVID-19. Call 1-800-314-9859 to cancel your cruise. You will receive a future cruise credit. For
more information on symptoms of COVID-19, please visit the CDC's website .
If I forget to complete the online health questionnaire, can I complete
it at check-in?
Yes, if you did not submit your health questionnaire ahead of time, you can complete it at the time of check-in.
What happens if I have symptoms for a non-COVID illness?
If you have been treated for a non-COVID illness within the last 14 days, please bring a note from your doctor
to the cruise terminal along with your required pre-travel COVID-19 test. The note should include a
specific diagnosis and any test results obtained. At the terminal, you will be seen by
our medical team and they will determine if you are permitted to sail. Your doctor’s note should not contain
vague diagnoses such as “viral syndrome” and “cough” as they do not help us determine your risk for having
Do Platinum and Diamond guests still have priority boarding and early
access to their staterooms?
Given our focus on the implementation of our health and safety protocols, we have adjusted how we deliver
priority check-in. All guests will need to complete Online Check-In, which will open 14 days prior to sailing.
Platinum and Diamond guests will be given two days advance access to select their preferred Arrival Appointment.
It is important that guests arrive on a timely basis as early arrivals cannot be accommodated and will be asked
to return at their assigned time. Due to enhanced cleaning and sanitation, staterooms may not be ready at the
time of boarding for the early Arrival Appointments. We appreciate our guests’ understanding as we manage
through many changes with an eye on your health and safety.
If I miss the ship at the home port, will I be able to join at the first
port of call?
Guests who miss the ship at the home port will not be able to join at the first port and no compensation will be
Will we still have to congregate for the safety drill?
No, but guests will now have to complete a self-muster process. This means that as soon as they get on the ship,
they should locate their muster station (it’s on their boarding pass and on the Carnival HUB App) and find their
way there to check-in with our team. We will provide a demonstration on how to wear a life jacket. Afterwards,
they should watch our safety briefing which will play on the in-stateroom TV.
What happens if I show symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive at
embarkation or during the cruise?
If guests traveled by air to join their cruise and test positive at embarkation and are not able to cruise – or test positive during the cruise – they and their close contacts may be required to quarantine before traveling home.
In the event guests are in close contact with or exposed to anyone who tests positive for COVID-19, or display any symptoms for a COVID-like illness during the cruise, they and their close contacts will be required to undergo additional testing and may be required to quarantine in their stateroom until our medical team determines it is safe for them to resume their cruise activities.
Guests who are quarantined on board will receive a pro-rated future cruise credit equal to the number of days in quarantine.
For guests who must quarantine locally, Carnival will help make quarantine arrangements; however, all related expenses will be the guests’ responsibility.
Do I have to purchase an internet package to use the HUB App? What if I
don't have a smart phone?
We encourage you to download the Carnival HUB App, available for free on the App Store and Google Play. Our team
has worked hard to enhance the features of the Carnival HUB App to make your cruise experience easier. If you
don't have a smartphone and need assistance, our team will be happy to help. Using the app, guests will be able
to locate their muster station and see how to get there, check out what’s happening around the ship, chat with
friends, make reservations at any of our open or specialty dining restaurants, book shore excursions and spa
appointments, and so much more.
Although I don’t gamble, will I still be able to watch others play?
The casino will be limited to guests who are actively playing and their companions only.
Will you still have a buffet on Lido?
The Lido Marketplace buffets and seating will be open for our guests to enjoy.
Are there any activities and events that won't be offered?
Most of our usual fun activities and events will be offered. However, the following events will be temporarily
not available: Seuss-a-palooza™ Parade, Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast,
Photo Time! With Dr. Seuss®, Zumbini®
classes, Lip Sync Battle™:Carnival, Chef’s Table on Carnival Vista® and Carnival Horizon®, and Behind the
Will my kids be able to participate in the youth program on board?
Our Camp Ocean program is open on a modified basis for fully vaccinated children ages 5-11. Unvaccinated youth and teenagers will not be permitted to participate in supervised Circle “C”® and CLUB O2® youth programs, or access Sky Zone® if cruising on Carnival Panorama®.
Will my stateroom still be serviced? What if I don’t want it to be
All staterooms will be serviced once daily. However, you may opt out of the daily stateroom service. Just
contact your stateroom attendant to let them know. Should you need any service, your stateroom attendant will be
only a phone call away.
I have an approved vaccination exemption. Are there any areas of the
ship that are off limits?
Unvaccinated guests may not access the sauna or purchase the thermal suite pass. Those who booked spa staterooms may take advantage of all the amenities except the thermal suite. Unvaccinated children/teenagers are currently not allowed to participate in the children’s/youth camp program, or access Sky Zone® if cruising on Carnival Panorama®.
What happens if I am asked to isolate on board?
Guests who test positive for COVID-19 will move to isolation staterooms that are closer to the Medical Center and will enjoy complimentary amenities like Wi-Fi and room service, along with regular visits or tele-consultations with medical staff to monitor their wellness.
How have you improved your medical center?
Our medical center facilities have been enhanced and protocols improved to provide the necessary care for any
COVID-19 related cases that may arise. When necessary, medical appointments will be scheduled virtually or in
your stateroom. In the event we have suspected cases of COVID-19, we will be able to isolate, test and treat
patients and will coordinate assistance with our group of health experts and relevant public health authorities.
Have you improved your indoor ventilation systems?
Indoor ventilation systems have been enhanced to provide frequent exchanges of fresh ocean air and modified for
greater particle filtration.
Do I need to purchase a Carnival shore excursion to go ashore? After my
shore excursion, can I explore the port on my own?
Guests who are vaccinated may purchase a Carnival tour or engage in independent sightseeing. Unvaccinated guests may only debark in the ports if booked on a Carnival-sponsored bubble tour. Please review the shore excursion requirements for unvaccinated guests above.
What happens if a guest doesn’t follow the health protocols?
We hope this isn’t an issue, given how much our guests want to get back to cruising. Consistent with our other
policies on guest behavior, any guest who fails to comply with the onboard and destination public health
measures may be disembarked at the first available opportunity, at the guest’s sole expense. If needed, guests
may also be quarantined and have onboard privileges suspended, and no refunds or other compensation will be
What happens if the ship misses a port of call?
If we miss any or multiple ports of call, our team will do all possible to find replacement ports. If secured, guests will receive a refund if there is any overage between the taxes, fees and port expenses of the cancelled and the replacement ports. In the event we are unable to secure replacement port(s), the taxes, fees and port expenses will be refunded to the guest’s Sail & Sign® account. Additionally, any pre-purchased Carnival shore excursions for the cancelled port(s) will be automatically refunded to the guest’s onboard account. Should there be additional sea days, our entertainment team will be ready to make your time on board fun and memorable.
GUESTS WITH DISABILITIES
If I require oxygen and/or dialysis during my cruise, may I still
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept guests who use oxygen or dialysis on sailings scheduled to depart through June 30, 2022. Our medical experts have determined, that for the guest’s own safety, this is the right decision.
We’ve had to make some difficult decisions based on general public health guidelines and the overall health and
safety of our guests. We remain optimistic that our approach on future sailings will become more flexible.