Over the last few months, you’ve likely heard numerous stories about ruined vacations due to COVID-19. One of the hardest-hit industries is the cruise industry. Even Disney Cruise Line has pushed its canceled sailings into October.
As cruise lines look to get things back on track and resume sailings later this year, the question on everyone’s mind isn’t really when sailings are going to happen, but how. In other words, if cruise lines want bookings to return to normal, they need to take measures to help the public feel safe when they come on board.
What are some of these changes that cruise lines are or should be considering?The Problem with Cruise Ships and Public Health
Cruise ships have a “the more the merrier” type of philosophy – and they’re built for it. Some cruise ships are large enough to house 9,000 crew