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5 Positive signs that cruises are coming back soon!





Make sure your glass is half full, because I’m sharing the top reasons things look good for cruises to restart soon!

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29 comments

  1. wow, so much wrong at the end of this video about Convid. Remember at the end of the year or early 2021 only about 20 million people will get the Vaccine and those people will be High risk " kids and seniors", then the next batch that gets released will cover more High-risk people and First responders and Health, people. The third batch will be teens to young adults and the fourth batch will be everyone else and a first come first serve kind of thing. Don't expect the third batch released to happen until after summer 2021 if not end of the 2021. And with the Virus going full rage right now and spreading like crazy I don't think any ship will be ready until mid to late 2021. Edit" I forgot one thing, I'm sure part of the vaccine will be exported to other countries too and with over 331 million people in the US, don't expect to get any of the vaccines for you or your family for at least 6 months to a year

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  2. Carnival just cancelled through February.

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  3. We're booked on NCL in 2022.

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  4. COVID is completely out of control in the US now. No way will cruising from US ports start anytime soon.

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  5. Rumors have it that cruises for even Dec 2021 are canceled!

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  6. I just want to get on the Flowrider and get a random slice of pizza from Sorrento's one more time…

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  7. Matt thanks for great news

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  8. If am not mistaken the three vaccine datas looks very promising so we are on the right path, the three vaccines are moderna ,phifzer and oxford with more than 90 %, 94 % effective protection against covid 19 and which will get approved in the next weeks to come and will be rolled out to the public in December

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  9. When start cruise line shipping

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  10. I hope you are right Matt but with the rise in cases, new covid restrictions, and offices staying closed I can’t see ships sailing until spring.

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  11. Thanks Matt I have seen on fb that there is a test cruise by rccl from Southampton in December with which I put in for test one

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  12. 🤞🤞🤞🤞

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  13. I just rebooked my Hawaiian cruise because I was doubtful that it would go in May which depends on whether cruises to Alaska would go and my Canadian travel agent told be they are quite positive that the summer Alaska season will go and I said that Canada extended the no sail order till February and she told me they have to do this because this order is not just for big cruise ships but passenger ferries between the two countries and obviously right now we wouldn’t want that right now. So I choose to see this as a good sign 😊

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  14. My mom and dad signed up for the trial cruises, but since I’m 13 i won’t get to go 😢

    But I’m glad that cruises are about to start up again!

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  15. Soon? Make that spring/summer 2021 in earnest

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  16. Matt gets a little redundant at times. Mr fein Mr fein Mr fein…

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  17. Royal Caribbean is sending me free cruise ( Casino Royale) options dated March 2021 to October 2021. I'm trying to be optimistic. My wife and I need our cruises! We've had two cancelled in 2020.

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  18. After 3 canceled cruises this year, I’m praying to be selected for one of the volunteer sailings

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  19. Doing the glass half full thing is fabulous! There are a few politicians trying to put a hole in our glass, but I don't think they will succeed. I still am not 100% sure about my Feb. sailing, but the outlook is better now than it was a few months ago.

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  20. We are cruising in Jan with Carnival. We will be driving, as none of us want to put ourselves in risk with flying.

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  21. Not important

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  22. Moved my April 2020 cruise three times. Last hope is now July 2021 cruise. But it's a9 night cruise which aren't even allowed now. If that doesn't pan out, then screw it. Keep my money because I'm done with it.

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  23. Like the positivity! Fingers crossed for our January cruise.

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  24. And be prepared to pay 1500 for an inside cabin. Seniors will be out in the cold for awhile. Like me.

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  25. I don’t think cruise can be started until vaccine is provided for public used.

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  26. I'm definitely a glass half full and love Richatd's positive videos, thank you as well Matt, you are awesome!

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  27. All those who are invested in the cruise industry returning to service should join in a class action suit to prevent Biden from seizing power and shutting brown the economy again.

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  28. What do you expect a Cruise Line to say about the resumption of cruising? Did you see the Caribbean Cruise last week where 7 onboard passengers were tested positive and the rest of the passengers were quarantined in their rooms? Sound like fun?

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  29. covid on the high seas. yaaaaa. buffets for buffoons. yaaaaaa

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