Cruise Travel Is Back on Track 

Cruise Travel Is Back on Track

Cruise travel is finally coming back and Carnival Cruise Line made a statement about its return saying that its whole fleet of 23 ships is now operating for the first time since the covid-19 outbreak.  

The last ship, the Carnival Splendor, sailed on Monday from Seattle to Alaska. Carnival is the first cruise line that restarted operating at its entire capacity. 

The next one will be the Royal Caribbean International, which will resume its entire 24-ship fleet by the end of May. With regards to the Norwegian Cruise Line, it will start working again with its whole fleet by the end of the week. 

The Norwegian Sun will leave on Wednesday from Seattle to Alaska, while the Norwegian Spirit sails on May 7 from Hawaii to Tahiti.

The MSC Cruises resumed 18 ships out of 19. The last one, the MSC Musica, leaves on June 5 from Venice, reports Passport-photo.online. Concerning Princess Cruises, this cruise line will operate with 80% of its fleet by the end of the week.

The Royal Princess sailed on Monday from Vancouver to Alaska, while the Crown Princess is going to depart from Seattle to Alaska on May 7. The remaining ships will be back on track by the beginning of September.