Getting the Word Out About a Restart For Small Ships: Travel Weekly
CLIA last week said its member lines would voluntarily suspend cruises from U.S. ports through Sept. 15. The organization said its members would suspend beyond the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s No Sail Order, currently set to expire on July 24, because it is "increasingly clear that more time will be needed to resolve barriers to resumption" in the U.S.
But not all cruise lines fall under the No Sail Order, and some have plans to resume domestic sailing well before September.
The challenge they face is letting potential passengers know.