|Parent Company||Cruise Line||No Sail Order Response Plan Status||Ship Name||Ship Status||Commercial Travel Allowed¥|
|Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line||Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Grand Classica||Green||Yes|
|Carnival Corporation||Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc.||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Carnival Breeze||Green||Yes|
|Carnival Mardi Gras||Provisionally Green*||No|
|Holland America Line||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Koningsdam||Green||Yes|
|Princess Cruises||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Caribbean Princess||Green||Yes|
|Seabourn Cruise Line||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Odyssey||Green||Yes|
|Walt Disney Company||Disney Cruise Line||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Disney Dream||Green||Yes|
|MSC Cruise Management (UK) Limited||MSC Cruises||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||MSC Armonia||Green||Yes|
Cruise Line Holdings
|Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Norwegian Jewel||Green||Yes|
|Pride of America||Green||Yes|
|Royal Caribbean Group||Celebrity Cruises||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Celebrity Edge||Green||Yes|
|Royal Caribbean International||Complete and accurate with signed acknowledgement||Allure of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Brilliance of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Enchantment of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Explorer of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Freedom of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Grandeur of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Independence of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Liberty of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Mariner of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Navigator of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Oasis of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Rhapsody of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Serenade of the Seas||Green||Yes|
|Symphony of the Seas||Green||Yes|
*Provisionally Green: Ship meets the surveillance criteria for “Green” status, but the ship has not submitted a signed attestation to CDC for crew to travel commercially.
¥Commercial Travel Allowed: Allowed for ships that are “Green” or “Orange” and have submitted a signed attestation to CDC for crew to travel commercially.
Is the process for crew disembarkation under the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order different from the process during the No Sail Order period?
No, the process for crew disembarkation required during the No Sail Order period remains the same during the initial phases of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order.
Why is CDC requiring ships to routinely test all crew members during the phases of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, including those on “Green” ships?
The purpose of testing during the phases of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order is to ensure cruise ship operators have adequate health and safety protections for crew members while they build the onboard laboratory capacity needed to test crew and future passengers. There also continue to be potential exposures on board — including on “Green” ships — such as from newly embarking crew members, crew transfers, and contractors.
What steps is CDC taking to make sure ships stay in compliance with the criteria for commercial transport of crew?
CDC will review daily surveillance data provided by ships, and only those ships that do not meet “Yellow” or “Red” criteria will maintain this status.
What other changes can cruise ships make if they meet the criteria for commercial transport?
CDC is committed to helping cruise lines provide for the safety and well-being of their crew members onboard. As cruise ships are able to show they have no cases of confirmed COVID-19 or COVID-19-like illness onboard, crew members will be able to resume some of their daily interactions with fellow crew members.
Some examples of decreased restrictions on cruise ships if they meet these criteria include resuming in-person meetings, events, and social gatherings; and reopening bars, gyms, or other group settings onboard for crew member use.
What does it mean if a cruise line or cruise ship is not listed on the table above?
If a cruise line or cruise ship is not listed, it means one of the following:
- CDC has not been notified that the ship is intending to operate in U.S. waters during the period of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, or
- CDC has not completed the review of the cruise line’s plan, or
- Cruise line has not returned an acknowledgement attesting that their No Sail Order response plan is complete and accurate, or
- Ship has not submitted at least 4 weeks of surveillance data to CDC in accordance with the Technical Instructions.