Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Some Cruises Returning to Mexico

Now that the CDC is no longer recommending against nonessential travel to Mexico, cruise lines are making plans to return to their regular itineraries.

Voyages with previously modified itineraries will continue and revert to their original routes in Mexico, as most itineraries were modified through mid-June. Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines will resume its port calls in Cozumel beginning with sailings that depart on or after May 24. Ships with Cozumel port calls include Freedom of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, and Enchantment of the Seas. Mariner of the Seas will continue its modified Pacific Northwest itinerary, up to and including, its June 14 sailing.

Carnival Cruise Lines will make its first call back to Cozumel on May 30, with Carnival Holiday, but most ships will resume calls to Mexican ports in June, once all previously modified cruises have been completed.

Passengers on both Carnival and Royal Caribbean ships will still have to fill in a health questionnaire on embarkation and there will continue to be spot checks on anyone showing signs of flu.
For more information, or to book your next Cruise, contact a Professional Travel Agent today!

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