Sea cruises resumed in the US

Sea cruises resumed in the US

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US-based Royal Caribbean International has announced that its eight vessels will resume their cruises across the US from ports in Florida, Texas and Washington State in July and August.

Crew members of all ships will be vaccinated against COVID-19. Passengers aged 16 and older traveling to Alaska must also be vaccinated. From August 1, this requirement will apply to passengers aged 12 years and older.

The American cruise company Royal Caribbean, for its part, announced that its first since March 2020 cruise across the US on the ship Freedom of the Seas is scheduled for July 2. Over the next six weeks, five more of the company's vessels will sail from the United States to the Caribbean.

At the end of August, Royal Caribbean plans to start sea cruises from the ports of the European Union, the United Kingdom and the Bahamas.

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