After long two years of pandemic and strict rules, many cruise lines have shifted their requirements for passengers and now welcome practically everyone.
Many cruise lines are dropping their vaccination requirements for some ships this fall, according to USA Today.
Here is the list of cruises which welcome unvaccinated passengers this fall:
Carnival Cruise Line doesn't require unvaccinated guests to apply for an exemption to sail starting Sept. 6. The changes are subject to local restrictions, such as in Bermuda, Canada and Greece. Proof of vaccination will also remain required for cruises to Australia and voyages longer than 16 nights.
Royal Caribbean Cruises
Royal Caribbean cruises that don’t require vaccination include sailings that leave from European ports, Los Angeles, Galveston, Texas and New Orleans.
The vaccine is no longer required to sail on Celebrity cruises departing the U.S. and Europe. A proof of vaccine is required for sailings visiting Canada.
Unvaccinated passengers are allowed on board of Norwegian Ships starting September'3rd, 2022!
Princess Cruises welcome all guests on board, but unvaccinated passengers may need an additional medical exemption at some ports.
Everyone is welcome regardless of vaccination status starting September'3.
All guests are welcome on Silversea cruise ships, however, unvaccinated guests may not be welcome on all sailings depending on local regulations.
Margaritaville at Sea Cruises
Margaritaville at Sea is a cruise line which offers very affordable cruises to Bahamas from Palm Beach and welcomes all guests regarding of their vaccination status
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
All guests are now welcome on the board of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Unvaccinated passengers will be required to test 3-days before embarkation.