COVID-19 vaccine required for NCL-Norwegian crew

   January 24, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line and its brand RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced they will be requiring all staff-crew to receive the COVID-19/Coronavirus vaccine prior boarding the ships.

Shortly after cruise liners gained the reputation of being Coronavirus hotspots in February 2020, dozens of vessels started facing COVID-related disruptions, leaving the ships and their passengers stranded or infected.

The USA's CDC agency extended its no-sail order as the Coronavirus continued to surge across the country. In October 2020, however, CDC replaced the pause on all ex-USA voyages with the "Framework for Conditional Sailing Order," including strict protocols needed for cruise companies to continue sailing again.

Norwegian Breakaway cruise ship

Despite the new CDC order, safety rules and regulations, the return to operation is still unknown. No major American cruises are expected to be embarking until May 2021, with all major cruise shipping companies constantly extending their suspension timeline.

Your personal data will be processed and information from your device (cookies, unique identifiers, and other device data) may be stored by, accessed by and shared with third party vendors, or used specifically by this site or app. Some vendors may process your personal data on the basis of legitimate interest, which you can object to by managing your options below. Look for a link at the bottom of this page or in our privacy policy where you can withdraw consent.