“Our goal is to enhance the travel experience for our guests while keeping the safety of our crew and guests top of mind,” the company noted.
In recent weeks, the company had returned to the traditional in-person drills after switching to the guide virtual e-muster drills during the pandemic.
Continually evaluating and modifying our processes to deliver a safe and exceptional onboard experience, Norwegian Cruise Line promises. In April, effective dates will be released for specific ships in a phased manner.
After the COVID-19 pandemic operational pause, cruise lines introduced new health and safety protocols.
For example, Royal Caribbean has introduced Muster 2.0, which is said to improve safety by speeding up and personalizing the process originally designed for large groups.
Before visiting their assigned assembly stations, guests review safety information individually using their stateroom TVs or smartphones. The safety drill at Carnival, however, consists of two parts. The first step is a visit to guests’ assigned muster stations.
A safety video is then shown on cabin TVs after passengers follow instructions from the company’s HUB app.
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