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When are you going to feel safe to cruise again

By Sandra . Created on 28 Dec., 2020
With cruise lines trying to stay afloat by slashing fares and deleting buffets and cutting down shore excusions how soon before youwill feel safe to sail again
Travel and Tourism 155 votes | 13 Comments
Soon as restrictions are lifted in my country

Soon as restrictions are lifted in my country

Soon as there is a vacine

Soon as there is a vacine

Not for a long time

Not for a long time

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Kate said on Mar. 3, 2021
Never!!! The thought being stuck on a boat with bunch of w*nkers horrifies me!!!!
Not for a long time
Joyce said on Jan. 11, 2021
I have never fancied a cruise. However, I would like to be able to go back to Bali. I am not putting my faith in a vaccine though. It will probably be several years after the 'end' of COVID (if there ever is an end) before I feel brave enough to travel.
Not for a long time
David said on Jan. 5, 2021
Putting one’s faith in a vaccine and individuals acceptance of same is rather dangerous. Vaccines don’t necessarily prevent infection but rather reduce possibility and effects of infection. The same is true for air travel. At least with air travel the number of people on board is relatively small compared with several thousand passengers and crew on a boat.
Not for a long time
SereneBee said on Jan. 4, 2021
I did a South Pacific P & O cruise in November 1971 which I enjoyed. However, I decided a few years ago that those days are long past and now cruise ships are way too big. So never is my answer.
Not for a long time
Stephan said on Jan. 3, 2021
I would never go on a cruise ship.They are breeding gronds for germs and viruses
Not for a long time
Mrs said on Jan. 3, 2021
I will be ready to revisit this question in about 2030 - but hubby gets seasick jus looking over the side of a boat - so probably never.
Anonymous said on Jan. 3, 2021
Never.
Anonymous said on Jan. 2, 2021
When 80% of people have been vacccinated