Cruises leaving from Florida are becoming increasingly more crowded

Cruises leaving from Florida are becoming increasingly more crowded

The voyage industry is finally rebounding after almost two years of restrictions on cruises – a least-evil solution to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection. More and more tourists are booking tickets. According to AAA Travel, cruise bookings almost doubled over the past four weeks compared to the same period last year.

Even though the restrictions have been lifted, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) encourage travelers to get vaccinated before the trip and avoid cruise ships in case of compromised immunity.

A study by AAA Travel shows that over 20% of Americans are considering going on a cruise within the next two years. 41% of them are saying that they are aware of all potential pandemic-related risks.

43% of respondents were confident in the cruise industry’s response to the pandemic. Americans considering voyages believe that companies will provide such measures as crew vaccination and testing requirements, more sophisticated ventilation systems, and more thorough cleaning.

Some tourists who intend to take a cruise from Florida are also planning to stay at one of the state’s cities for a while to see landmarks and enjoy marvelous beaches. This trend promises income not only to cruise lines but also to owners of local real estate.

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