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No significant injuries reported as large cruise ship, Coast Guard respond to disabled vessel Monday
Most passengers were let off in Seattle, and the city is satisfied with measures in place.
Cautious optimism reigns, but operators say it’s too early to tell.
Legislation would let ships travel to Alaska without stopping in Canada.
Memorandum of understanding signed with proposed Alaska Ocean Center.
While small-deck cruises are still viable, their support for their heftier colleagues is ardent.
Event space is popular.
The program is to monitor effects of cruise ships on air quality.
Testing and a seven day limit are among requirements.
UnCruise is paying for quarantine lodging, meals, and testing.
This follows the closing of Vancouver to cruise ships.