Here Are The First Cruises Set to Sail In November

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The cruise industry’s voluntary pause in the United States combined with the CDC’s “No Sail” order both now come to end on Oct. 31, meaning the possibility of ships sailing cruises from U.S. ports on Nov. 1 could happen under strict new health and safety protocols.

A number of cruise lines continue to sell early Nov. departures on their websites, as listed below, meaning they could be the first back in service with these ships currently scheduled to sail on Nov. 1.

These cruises continue to have published itineraries calling in various countries, some of which have banned cruise calls until 2021.

Potential Nov. 1 Cruise Departures:

NCL Bliss St Thomas 2018

Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line
Ship: Norwegian Bliss
Capacity at 100%: 4,200
Homeport: Los Angeles
Length: 5 nights
Itinerary: Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada

Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line
Ship: Norwegian Encore
Capacity at 100%: 4,200
Homeport: New York City
Length: 7 nights
Itinerary: King’s Wharf

The listing on Cruise Industry news……….. here.

So, soon, very soon.

Happy sailing, and a safe sailing.

Rgds, Sailor

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