Carnival moving sailings from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) to Miami

We received an email from Carnival this morning. I couldn't imagine that our 2022 cruise would be canceled this far out. Nope! Just changing the port of embarkation. So I went to the web site and selected cruise from Fort Lauderdale. No cruises were available. I find this interesting. Anyone else have information on Port Everglades?

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We are booked for a Feb 2021 Caribbean cruise and when speaking a couple of weeks ago to our Princess planner, she said that Princess will “most likely” require masks since the European ships do. I’m also not a fan of the mask mandate, but we plan to at least give it a try. (although the cruise may not even go) Masks are only required when the six foot physical distancing cannot be maintained. Can’t speak to how much the cruise crew will monitor this. Our Princess person also said that she expected all rules to be known and what dates will actually go by the end of 2020. Sure hope this is true so we can make other plans if needed.

We've heard nothing specific, but since they are part of CLIA, my guess is they will follow the same protocols as the other cruise lines. Which means, yes masks in public areas.

More than likely masks will be a requirement on all cruises until a few months after a vaccine has been developed and is in widespread distribution. The cruise industry will be taking a conservation approach when they come back. To play it safe, book something in 2022 if you wish to cruise mask less.

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