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Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Healthy Sail Panel has lodged a submission to the CDC (Centres for Disease Control & Prevention) in the United States as the first steps to resumption of cruising. The Healthy Sail Panel consists of globally recognised experts experienced in various disciplines including public health, infectious diseases, biosecurity and marine operations. The panel spent the last 4 months studying how to best protect the health and safety of guests and crew. This very impressive 11 person panel made 74 recommendations across 5 core focus areas that every cruise operator should address and which are available to the entire cruise industry. The core focus areas include testing, screening and exposure reduction, sanitation and ventilation, response, contingency planning and execution, destination and excursion planning, and mitigating risks for crew members.
It is considered that this road map towards resumption of cruising in the US, could feasibly begin during the remainder of 2020. Hopefully these core protocols will inform and support our ongoing engagement with the Australian and New Zealand Governments towards development of a phased resumption of cruising in our region.

Talking of Royal Caribbean: the company is bringing 4 ships to our waters this summer to operate sailings around Australia, to NZ and the Pacific Islands. Even if you have cruised the region before, you may well consider a short breakaway close to home because on Royal Caribbean ships, it is all about the experience onboard. Royal Caribbean ships are a destination in themselves and they are fantastic value, especially on industry rates. They are built with families in mind: Tots, Teens and Inbetweens, but they also have beautifully appointed Solarium areas for adults only. There are so many included activities and varied entertainment onboard – you will never get bored, unless doing nothing is what you want. Multiple restaurants offering a large variety of gourmet menus from which to choose. In short, amazing opportunities for a fun packed great value holiday – action or chill out, your choice!

The Royal ‘Industry’ Deals – close to home
Choice of added comfort in Junior Suites all sailings
5 – 18 days duration.
Jan – Mar inclusive
Available all TIC members
All prices are per person twin share.
Ships: Radiance of the Seas cruising out of Brisbane
Ovation, Serenade and Voyager, cruising out of Sydney
A selection of cruises – more on our website
Australia
Ovation – Sydney / Tasmania return 13 Jan 5 nights from $899
Radiance – Brisbane / Willis Island return 27 Jan 7 nights from $920
Serenade – Sydney / Queensland/ Bali /Perth 15 Feb 16 nights from $2664
Voyager – Sydney / Queensland / Singapore 12 Apr 14 nights from $1645

Pacific Islands
Radiance – Brisbane / New Caledonia & Vanuatu 18 Jan 9 nights from $1075
Voyager – Sydney / New Caledonia, Vanuatu & Fiji 30 Jan 12 nights $1300
Ovation – Sydney / New Caledonia & Vanuatu 29 Jan 9 nights from $1449
Radiance – Brisbane / New Caledonia & Vanuatu 05 Mar 8 nights from $1005

New Zealand
Ovation – Sydney / NZ return 18 Jan 11 nights from $1999
Serenade of the Seas – Sydney / NZ return 31 Jan 10 nights from $1109
Ovation – Sydney / NZ return 11 Mar 9 nights from $1749
All Royal Caribbean cruises, click here

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