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Norwegian Cruise Line Will Return with Temperature Checks, No Buffets

Norwegian Cruise Line will begin sailing again with a brand new set of health and safety measures onboard its ships. 

In a letter to its travel advisor partners on Monday, NCL said that it was launching Sail Safe, a set of “stringent health protocols and supporting innovation to meet and exceed industry and health standards,” in order to ensure the safety of both its future guests and crew members......Read On


Why Sustainable Luxury Travel Will Be in Demand Post-COVID-19

Sustainable luxury travel will be in high demand in 2021 after COVID-19, predicts Torunn Tronsvang, CEO and Founder of Up Norway, tour operator focusing on Norwegian experiences.

Based on inquiries Up Norway has received over the last few months, Torunn believes there is a dormant demand for travel, specifically sustainable luxury travel, which will grow once it’s safe to do so.

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The Bahamas Will Start Welcoming International Travel on July 1

The Bahamas will reopen its borders to international travel starting July 1, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation announced on Wednesday. The country, which has been essentially locked down since March 24, will reopen in a few phases.

The process will start on June 15, when it begins to welcome boaters, yachters, and private aviation to return to the Bahamas, which it says will...

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