Would you wear a mask to go on a cruise

When I saw that question, it right away got my attention. And I began to wonder. And I think I would. I enjoy cruising that much.

And where did I see this question ... why RCL asked it


24 Answers

When I got the new SUV with the digital dash I had to get bi-focal sun glasses to be able to read the dash while driving. I have to keep an eye on the speed if not my lead foot just sinks downBig Smile.

I won't wear one. I wear them into the grocery store and then let my husband stand in line with his mask to check out. I have asthma and am claustrophobic on top of it. As soon as he's in line, I get out of the store and rip my mask off. Wearing the mask makes me feel like that time I lay in the bottom of the pool drowning. Hard pass !

I have a cruise Aug.22nd that I’m thinking about rescheduling for next year because I’m not sure how safe it will be. Wearing a mask the entire cruise won’t be as much fun or comfortable. The only reason the cruise-lines will require masks is because they can not effectively manage social distancing and still fill a ship. Bottom line, the large gathering spaces on the ships will all be high risk areas until we have a vaccine. For now, if I want to cruise, I’ll wear a mask, but that will depend on what problems or issues are identified by passengers with the first few cruises that sail in Aug.

No I wouldn't.

No problem, if I had the one AuntPinkie (have to give credit where credit is due) posted in the funny images thread.


I sit in a drivers education car for 4 hours with a mask on, so no big deal

I/we would ware a hazmat suit if it ever comes to that! Cruise on!!!😀🚢

Well we have one coming up in November 2020 if it doesn't get cancelled. We're hoping for the best. At this point, we are pretty sure that wearing a mask may be required. But required or not, we will have them with us. I'm not yet sure how much we will wear them but if they are required we will comply. Certainly not going to be able to wear one at dinner or eating at any time. That would also obviously apply to any drinking. Wish us luck..


Been back at work for 2 weeks now (in Florida, outside much of the time) with masks required. Once you find one that’s comfortable, it really isn’t bad at all. After a while you don’t even think about it anymore. Wearing masks certainly wouldn’t stop us from cruising! Happy

Nope. Not a chance. I will not leisure travel in hospital operating room environment. I have never worn a mask. I certainly will not vacation where one is required. I don't even eat at restaurants where the staff is wearing masks. Thankfully my state is 100% back open - it never really closed - kind of a soft close. I can't wait to travel & cruise again!

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