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Cruise Lines That Are Resuming Cruises This Month

A handful of cruise lines are currently planning on resuming cruises this month.  In June, the industry saw the restart of one cruise line, SeaDream Yacht Club.

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So which cruise lines are planning on restarting cruises in July? Here is a rundown of the three cruise lines that will have cruise ships sailing this month.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line – The cruise line that offers short cruises to the Bahamas from South Florida, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is planning on resuming cruises on July 25 on one of their two cruise ships.

The cruise line is implementing new health and safety measures. Two passenger decks on the cruise ship will be closed as capacity will be reduced by 40%.  Cabins will be sanitized with hospital grade disinfectants and bathrooms will be cleaned with heavy-duty alkaline cleaner.

All public areas on the cruise ship will undergo a two-tier santization process. Frequently touched areas, including handrails, table-tops, and door handles will be sterilized every hour.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line will offer two night cruises to the Bahamas from the Port of Palm Beach.  The cruise line will resume their Cruise and Stay program where you can get off the ship and stay in a resort in the Bahamas in October.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is currently offering a 4th of July Spectacular sale that has kids cruise for free, $50 in onboard credit, 10 free drinks, and free WiFi.

Hurtigruten – The world’s largest expedition cruise line will resume cruises starting on July 20. MS Polarlys will begin sailing from Bergen and the other cruise ships will soon follow.

The cruise line is adding strict health and safety measures for the safety and comfort of each guest.  The ships will sail at reduced capacity with even stricter hygiene protocols.

Hurtigruten is currently offering a Freedom Flash Sale where you can save up to 50% off cruises. The sale runs until July 8, 2020 and expedition cruises start at just $1,628 per person.

Dream Cruises – Dream Cruises will become the first global cruise line to resume cruises on July 26. The cruise line will initially start cruises in Taiwan before adding cruises to other destinations.

Another cruise line is planning in resuming cruises early next month. American Queen Steamboat Company will restart cruises in early August.

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Ben Souza
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