RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Norwegian said that the Caribbean could be an alternative for its operations should they be forced to comply with a Florida law that refuses mandatory vaccinations. A measure contrary to a federal directive that conditions the reactivation of cruise ships in U.S. ports to the vaccination of both crew and passengers.
Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, assured Thursday that they could move their operations to other states or countries, including the Caribbean.
"We hope this does not become a legal or political game," Del Rio told Wall Street analysts . . .