Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), an industry pioneer, has stated that from 4 October 4 2022, it would no longer need passengers to undergo COVID-19 testing, wear protective masks, or be vaccinated.
The Cruise Line revised its health and safety guidelines to make them more consistent with other worldwide travel firms in light of the positive changes in the public health environment.
Norwegian Cruise Line CEO and President Harry Sommer said, “Health and safety are always our top concern; in fact, we were the health and safety leaders from the very start of the pandemic.”
As the saying goes, “many vacationers have been waiting anxiously to have their long-awaited holiday at sea, and we cannot wait to celebrate their homecoming.”
Even if NCL has relaxed its health and safety procedures, the Company will adhere to all local laws and regulations. Travellers may get information on the documentation they need to bring into a country at www.ncl.com/travel-requirements-by-country.
The necessary documents for an NCL journey may be found on the website at https://www.ncl.com/au/en/freestyle-cruise/cruise-travel-documents, which guests can visit for further information.
Visit https://www.ncl.com/au/en/ for details on the Company’s 18-ship fleet and international itineraries or to make a reservation.