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With Carnival Cruise Line still developing its plan to meet the CDC Conditional Sailing Order framework it has decided to cancel all U.S. departures until February 2021.
This week has been full of cruise news with the possibility of heading off on simulated sailings with Royal Caribbean to a COVID-19 outbreak on a luxury vessel in the Caribbean, we've got you covered with the biggest stories of the week.
The first cruise to resume in the Caribbean has been hit with positive cases of COVID-19 and the SeaDream luxury vessel has now returned to port with guests and crew in lockdown.
It now looks like test volunteers is a thing after Royal Caribbean announced on its social media. The cruise line posted people to apply to become a test volunteer on simulated cruises.
Holland America Line has decided to stop selling longer cruises while it reviews the new CDC framework and seeks additional clarification.
Royal Caribbean is introducing new Alaska itineraries for the 2022 summer season with the deployment of four cruise ships that will sail the region.
Carnival Cruise Line has removed cruises over seven days long from its web site until late 2021.