Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ brands are doing away with electronic muster drills and requiring they be done in-person.
The change takes effect immediately across all three of the line’s brands on their next embarkation day, including Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“We continuously evaluate our procedures for providing detailed instructions on safety and security measures to our guests, and as such have made the decision to reinstate synchronized, in-person muster drills on embarkation day across all vessels within the fleet,” Norwegian said in a statement.
Several cruise lines gave their muster drills an electronic makeover during the pandemic to keep guests socially distant and freshen up the experience.
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