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5 Minutes with Seatrade Cruise News

Presented by Holly Payne, a roundup of key developments in the world of cruise, from June 7, 2021

 





 

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  1. MSC Cruises sets US restart plans after CDC OKs July 17 test sailing:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/msc-cruises-sets-us-restart-plans-after-cdc-oks-july-17-test-sailing 
     
  2. NCL plans summer cruises from NY, LA, Canaveral, Miami, Alaska ship change:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/ncl-plans-summer-cruises-ny-la-canaveral-miami-alaska-ship-change 
     
  3. Six more Royal Caribbean ships to sail from US this summer, full fleet to be back globally by year end:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/six-more-royal-caribbean-ships-sail-us-summer-full-fleet-be-back-globally-year-end 
     
  4. Carnival mandates COVID-19 vaccination for July cruises:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/environmental-health/carnival-mandates-covid-19-vaccination-july-cruises 
     
  5. Celebrity Cruises is back with first sailing from St. Maarten:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/celebrity-cruises-back-first-sailing-st-maarten 
     
  6. Celebrity Equinox cleared to begin cruise service July 25 from Port Everglades:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/celebrity-equinox-cleared-begin-cruise-service-july-25-port-everglades 
     
  7. AIDA Cruises resuming Baltic cruises from Germany, organised shore excursions get go-ahead:
    https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/ship-operations/aida-cruises-resuming-baltic-cruises-germany-organised-shore-excursions-get-go-ahead

 

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