Will there be cruising without a coronavirus vaccine?
Port Canaveral CEO Captain John W. Murray on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the cruise industry.
Carnival is capping its cruises at just seven days — at least for the time being.
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The cruise line confirmed that any voyages originating out of U.S. ports, which last longer than a week, are currently “closed for sale” in adherence with the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The CDC’s Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, outlined on Oct. 30, stipulates that cruise operators must not offer sailings longer than seven days.