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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

COVID-19 Isn’t the Only Virus you Could Catch on a Cruise Ship

Need to take a vacation from the news? You’re not alone. Constant talk of COVID-19 is upsetting and exhausting.

You know how important it is to wear a mask, wash your hands, and stay socially distant from others, and you’re ready to utilize that knowledge…. aboard your next cruise ship vacation!

However, if you’re planning to head out on the open seas once cruises start up again, COVID-19 should not be your only viral worry. Though it has been largely forgotten in the wake of coronavirus fears, there is still a huge risk of catching norovirus onboard.

How serious is it?

Norovirus From Smoothie Infected Hundreds of Passengers

Norovirus is not pleasant. It involves 24 hours of vomiting, diarrhea, and

Officials Admit Cruise Ship Quarantine Mishandlings with Coronavirus

Imagine being on a cruise, sailing along, and then the worst happens – the coronavirus breaks out on board and you’re forced to stay quarantined on the ship.

You don’t have to work so hard to imagine this scenario because it’s exactly what happened to travelers aboard the Diamond Princess. Passengers on this ship have been embroiled in a nearly month-long ordeal of confusing quarantine directives…and the worst part? Fear.

This may quell the desire of many to book a cruise any time in the near future, but the fact is, it doesn’t really matter when you choose to cruise — amidst a possible pandemic like coronavirus, there are proper procedures and protocols to follow ensuring everyone’s legal rights are

Want to Cancel Your Cruise to China After Coronavirus? Might Be Impossible

Coronavirus has been all over the news recently. It’s a highly contagious illness responsible for hundreds of deaths throughout China so far. For people planning on traveling to or near China, this is obviously concerning, and many people want to cancel their cruise tickets to the area.

Understanding what cruise lines are doing about travel to areas affected by coronavirus may seriously impact your cruise vacation plans.

The primary issue is a number of cruise lines aren’t refunding all of these tickets because of their own out-of-pocket costs. In fact, some companies are making it harder than normal to refund tickets for these cruises. Others are simply altering their itineraries to avoid the area.

Cruise Companies Refusing Refunds

Multiple major

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