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First Cruise Ship to Homeport in Bermuda

Royal Caribbean International is to homeport a cruise ship in Bermuda in the summer of 2021, which marks the first time the jurisdiction has been homeport for a major cruise line.

From 26 June through August, the Vision of the Seas will be based in Bermuda, offering seven-day cruises to a private island in the Bahamas. Passengers will board in Bermuda and remain overnight before cruising to Royal Caribbean’s private port at CocoCay. Only those who are vaccinated against Covid-19, and people under the age of 18 with clear test results, will be allowed to join the cruise. The crew will also have been vaccinated. Travellers must also meet Bermuda’s Covid-19 entry requirements, which include a clear PCR test result before travelling and a test on arrival. The Vision of the Seas is a 78,340 gross ton cruise ship with a normal capacity of 2,050 passengers.

 

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