When lines plan to resume sailing

We've written up a fresh, new article on when the cruise lines plan to resume sailing. Of course these dates are subject to change and we will update it accordingly. But this is the link you should check back to if you want an updated list in one place! Happy

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The latest from YouTube videos. Looks like the larger lines are planning to star sailing August 1 with select ships and destinations. The lines need about 30% capacity to break even. They may not do away, entirely, with the buffets, after all because they will probably only be sailing with 50% capacity.

I feel sorry for the islands that their only industry is tourism. Thanks for sharing this and hopefully enough places will open to the cruise lines that passenger will still enjoy the adventure.

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The cruise-ship season in Canada is all but dead as Ottawa extends a ban on ships in Canadian waters until the end of October.

Transportation Minister Marc Garneau says passenger ships with overnight accommodations for more than 100 passengers can't operate in Canadian waters until at least Oct. 31.

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