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- In June, Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas set sail to Cozumel, becoming the cruise line’s first ship carrying tourists to embark since March 2020.
- Costa Cruises are operating at a lower capacity than they used to and are allowing a limited number of passengers in each common area on the ship, according to their website.
- This means there will be fewer crowds in areas like sun decks and relaxation rooms.
- Since shows on the ship won’t be holding as many people, the cruise line’s website says the events will be repeated throughout the week.
- As cruises returned to Italy, people in Venice protested the gigantic vessels passing through because the Italian government banned the ships from St. Mark’s Square in March, The Guardian reported on June 5.
- In Spain, a German vessel from TUI Cruises called Mein Schiff 2, was the first cruise ship carrying tourists to arrive in the country since June 2020, as Cruise Industry News reported.
- The ship first docked in Malaga, Spain, where passengers got to go on “bubble adventures,” which are organized excursions that follow coronavirus safety protocols, according to the same article.