Royal Caribbean Follows Carnival, Norwegian in Huge Covid Change

It’s been an exciting, if at times frustrating, summer for the cruise industry and its fans.

We’re not quite at the point where the cruise industry, or the world as a whole, can say we’re completely past the covid era. Covid has even led to staff shortages this summer, leading to a reduction in service for some sailings. Carnival has had to have limited passenger capacity on several sailings on its UK-based Cunard Line, and it has also canceled several sailings.

But while the cancellations and reduced capacity may be a headache, things have generally worked out well for the three major cruise players: Royal Caribbean International (RCL) Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH) .

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