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CDC Issues Another Extension on Its No Sail Order

The cruise industry has been at a standstill for the last six months due to COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently extended its no sail order, with many cruise lines voluntarily postponing their operations through October.

It looks as if the cruise industry must buckle down to try to weather further closures as coronavirus sweeps across the country. What is a no sail order and what does it mean for fall cruising this year? Read on to find out.

What is a No Sail Order?

A no sail order is an order issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an arm of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

They issue no sail orders

Cruise Lines Inch Back Sail Suspensions — So Who’s Cruising?

If you are planning to take a cruise in fall 2020, then you may be out of luck. Many cruise lines are pushing back their sailings into next year, 2021. Still, a few are keeping hope alive for fall cruising in 2020 and haven’t yet removed them from their schedules.

If you want to book a cruise for this year, then it’s important to fully review the cruise line’s cancellation policies and think about securing cruise ship insurance for your potential voyage. Read on to find out how to lower your risk as you plan your next cruise.

Is Anyone Sailing?

Many cruise lines, large and small, have taken all sailing off their schedule for the remainder of the year.

Is Small Ship Cruising a Good Alternative This Season?

The cruise industry has been shaken by the impact of COVID-19. Still, cruise lines are going ahead with plans to resume cruises as soon as they can, with a few changes in mind.

If you’re a fan of cruising, then you likely are ready to get back to it as soon as you can. If so, you may be considering cruising on a smaller ship than you’re used to in order to reduce your exposure to potential illness, including COVID-19.

Here’s what you need to know about the passenger size of various vessels, the limits cruise lines currently have in place to help reduce the spread of illness, and what you can do on a cruise to help you stay

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