The Grand Princess — part of the fleet from the network show “The Love Boat” fleet — is back in business for the first time in a year and a half.
The boat, which was abandoned for days off the California coast in March 2020 because of a COVID-19 outbreak, is presently one of the first to leave from the Port of Los Angeles since the pandemic ended cruises.
The Grand Princess is gone to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for a five-day cruise.
Traveler Maggie Navarro said she adores that the outing is “all you can drink.”
“You don’t have to drive, so you don’t have to worry about that,” Navarro added.
Fun times to the side, travelers and crew members will confront a wave of new health measures.
All travelers and team should show confirmation of full vaccination before they can get on, and the travelers should likewise give verification of a negative COVID-19 test taken within two days of takeoff.
The ship will go at a decreased capacity, close to 75% of the 2,600 maximum travelers.
“I am very excited. I have my vaccine … And yes, I’m ready to have fun,” Navarro said.