Travel Updates

September 9, 2022 Travel Pulse Introduces new COVID Restrictions Calculator

Travel Pulse have built a handy reference tool for determining the COVID restrictions for each country. Enter your travel details – passport-issuing country, departure and arrival countries and your vaccination status – to get instant, detailed info on travel restrictions, quarantine requirements, testing rules and documentation required for travel. Link- Travel Pulse

April 26, 2021 Europe to Allow Vaccinated Americans to Travel to Continent This Summer

On April 25, European Union (EU) officials said they are completing plans to allow American tourists who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to visit continental Europe this summer.

This comes from a quote in The New York Times from European Union Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, who noted that all coronavirus vaccines used in the U.S. have also been approved by the EU’s regulator, the European Medicines Agency. Also in the works, are advanced talks on making vaccine certificates acceptable proof of immunity to restore trans-Atlantic leisure travel.

Ms. von der Leyen did not offer a timeline as to when the current travel restrictions will be removed, but her comments are encouraging news that plans are in the works to open travel back up between the U.S. and the EU.

Here is a link to The New York Times article:

Update – August 26, 2020 Worry-free Travel on Board our Ships

The safety and well-being of our passengers remain our top priority.

Our teams have set up precise actions that attest to our seriousness in protecting our valued customers.

We have engaged Bureau Veritas for the “SAFEGUARD” certification of our ships. The Safeguard Certification Label ensures the proper application of preventive, sanitary measures—which have been subject to a rigorous auditing process—and confirms that our crew members have been thoroughly trained to implement them.

Before the Cruise:

Safely Joining Us On Board:

The steward, who oversees the smooth running of the cruise, is the designated, onboard health referent and will ensure the proper application of the following health and safety measures:

Please note that each cruise may change seating based on the number of guests. Some cruises may only have one sitting for meals and others may have two. Guests may choose to have a set reserved table or are free to change their seating at each meal.