- Sep 1, 2015
I was on that cruse and am in the Facebook group. This was our 5th sailing since September and it was a very different experience (last was over New Year). We masked indoors but very few did and you can't mask at dinner and the tables are back to being very close together. I think stopping testing at the port the day of the cruise is missing positive cases. I get it that covid is here to stay and we will need to learn to deal with it, but with no covid measures on board, it didn't feel good. Now the post-cruise testing is bearing witness to the lack of controls. With capacity up, no mask requirements and no day of cruise testing, I think everyone needs to go into sailing with an honest assessment of the chance of contracting covid and make personal decisions based on that knowledge. I did not book a placeholder (after 26 DCL cruises). I'm sure we will cruise again, but we are not rushing to book any more for the foreseeable future.
Did you test after getting home?