Photo: Signs are everywhere on board reminding people to sanitize often and wear masks. (Photo: TravelPulse Canada)
All guests over the age of 12, must be fully vaccinated to be on board. To be considered fully vaccinated, a traveller must have received the same dose (no mixing brands), something that is in line with most cruise lines. All guests do also need to present a negative test to board. This can be antigen / the same one Canadians used for entry into the US, if it is taken 72 hours in advance.
When you arrive, the Wi-Fi at the terminal isn't the greatest, so make sure you have hard copies of your vaccination record and your negative test. You will need to show it with your passport at multiple stops, so keep it handy. (I kept mine in a folder in my laptop bag, so easy to pull out and present). Please also ensure you arrive at your scheduled time to avoid waiting in the terminal.
Nearly every entry point, whether it is at the terminal, or once you board or into a restaurant has mandatory sanitizing stations. An attendant is nearby and will remind you, very nicely, to sanitize before you continue your way.
In room circulation is very high. Normally, to conserve energy, air conditioning would shut off automatically when the cabin door was shut. With COVID however, they run continuously and circulate the air 15-20x per hour - or every 3-4 minutes.