Margaritaville at Sea drops pre-cruise testing

Tuesday, Jul 26, 2022 0

Margaritaville at Sea is the latest line to drop pre-embarkation Covid tests.

The Margaritaville at Sea Paradise ship sails short cruises to the Bahamas out of the Port of Palm Beach.

It follows the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) halting its Covid-19 program for cruise ships.

The cruise line still requires all crew members to be fully vaccinated with regular testing.

Cruise lines including Virgin Voyages and Azamara have scrapped the testing requirement.

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