Sailing in a time of Covid is risky and requires patience, open mindedness and a sense of humor. Ports come and go, the weather is throwing curves and you have to just lay back and go with the flow.
The ship sailed with about 25% of normal passenger load. (for some reason on the sea days you still cannot get a chair poolside). There are more crew than cruizers, and the dining rooms are amazingly empty. There is one show a night at 8:00. Plenty of chairs in the venue rooms and the bar stools seemed pretty full.
Day 3) we stopped at Puerto Rico, got in at 16:00 and left at 23:30. Did not take the