In more positive news for the travel industry, the U.S. will open its borders in November 2021 to fully vaccinated “nonessential” travelers from Canada and Mexico. In a breaking article from the New York Times, the Biden administration decided to open the Canada and Mexico borders to fully vaccinated travelers. This action combines with a recent earlier decision to allow international travel to the U.S. to resume for fully vaccinated travelers, also in November. Once complete, these actions will essential open the U.S. fully to the world again, but only for those people who can demonstrate that they have been fully vaccinated.
“This is wonderful news for everyone in the travel business,” said Paul Hardersen, CEO of Seadog Travels. “This move indicates that we are hopefully entering the beginning of the end of the pandemic, as well as an indication that nations are adjusting to the current pandemic situation and allowing people to begin resuming some semblance of their normal lives. As the U.S. and international travel industry recovers in the coming months and years, this is a unique time to reimagine how people travel. It is imperative that travel providers offer venues where people can travel more sustainably, more thoughtfully, more immersively, and contribute to the health of our planet.”
Seadog Travels is a nautical travel company whose mission is to help people both explore and protect the oceans of the world. The company offers tall ship sailing adventures, tropical island and coastal small group tour adventures, luxury cruises, and both travel agency and boat brokerage services. Explore our vision, mission, and current travel offerings at https://seadogtravels.com.