This Week in Travel – Jun 26-2021

Well, it seems every week we are letting you know of more and more places and opportunities opening up in the world of travel.

Cruise ships are returning to Alaska soon, sailing out of Seattle.

On Sunday, Royal Caribbean International’s Freedom of the Seas became the first large cruise ship to sail from a U.S. port in more than 15 months. The ship departed from Port of Miami on a non-revenue “test cruise” with 600 volunteer passengers who are Royal Caribbean employees and their spouses/friends.

This week Spain Drops Vaccine requirements for Americans. Travelers from the U.S. will be able to visit Spain regardless of their vaccination status with no test and no quarantine.

Effective immediately, the new rule applies to residents in the U.S who don’t visit any other country prior to arrival in Spain, other than to connect flights without leaving the airport.

Previously, Americans had to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before traveling in order to be permitted entry into the country.

And lastly, we continue to see the Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort modifying their mask rules for guests and cast members as well as social distancing policy.

Just a few days ago, we shared that masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated Cast Members working outdoors. Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated Cast Members while they’re working indoors too.

It was also reported this week that PhotoPass photographers are once again able to hold a guest’s phone or camera to take photos of that guest when asked.

The world is ever-changing and now more than ever when you’re ready to travel you need a trusted travel professional to help you know where to go and how to get there. When you’re ready to travel again, we’re here to help.  Contact us today!


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