GOOD NEWS/BAD NEWS/NO NEWS..YOUR CHOICE

https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2020/05/14/coronavirus-norwegian-cruise-line-lays-out-plan-its-relaunch/5186314002/

Interpret this any way you like..,....We have one late Nov with them out of NOLA....place your bets.

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line

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Imho. I do not see it happening. If it does then the ship will sail half full and the cruises may be to nowhere or a particular cruise line private island. Still too much uncertainty with this virus.

Let's hope all goes according to plan! thanks for sharing!

A slow start up makes sense. They need to test sanitation protocols and learn as they go. I think it will also allow for a practical way to get the crews from their home countries to their ships safely. They'll need to assess how to re-assemble their teams and ensure they all at least start the voyages without illness.

Exactly. Considering that most crew will have to be flown in on international flights that might be a tad tricky until they get all of the airlines up and running. Unless of course they have a large contingent from one country or area then they can simply charter a whole plane. Might actually work out cheaper that way.

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