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Carnival Cruise Line Details Mardi Gras Protocols

Carnival Cruise Lines have released details of Carnival Mardi Gras, the unofficial Carnival holiday that takes place in February and March. Carnival Mardi Gras 2013 will bring Carnival ships from all around the world to New Orleans for the celebration including the world’s largest Carnival parade in the United States, which will also host the world’s largest parade float in New Orleans. Carnival Cruise Line has released a new Mardi Gras parade guide, detailing how the company plans to celebrate Mardi Gras from the day before Lent to the dayRead More


Royal Caribbean Reveals Fees, Protocols for Unvaccinated Cruisers

Royal Caribbean Cruises announced a new set of rules for unvaccinated unwell passengers who cannot fly on their ships. Those passengers will have to pay a $500 per person fine to board their vessels and have to fly on the next available cruise ship the company offers. The new policy is part of the company’s new policy that allows nurses on board Royal Caribbean ships to vaccinate passengers who can prove they have been vaccinated against diseases like the flu. Royal Caribbean International and the cruise lines that it hasRead More


Celebrity Millennium Health Protocols Prove to Be Working After Guests Test Positive

If you are an avid follower of the celebrity Millennium Health Protocols, you might already be aware of the protocol’s success rate. In fact, so many of the participants have raved about the results that it’s hard to find other people who haven’t had success. But now, there’s a new protocol that’s been introduced, which is the Celebrity Millennium Health Protocols Pro. If you’re interested in hearing more about this new protocol, read on. Celebrity Millennium health protocols may not be a new subject, but it is still rare toRead More


Royal Caribbean Releases Health Protocols for Bahamas Sailings

Royal Caribbean Cruises has released a new health protocol for its passengers that covers medications and ailments, as well as what the company calls “anxiety and depression.” The list includes “migraines, heart flutters, and disturbing your sleep,” but it also includes “depression, anxiety, and general unhappiness.” So, if you’re not having fun on your cruise, you might want to check in with a doctor. For years, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has been one of the go to cruise lines for those that want to get away. They have had aRead More