U.S. President Donald Trump thrusts his fist after signing an executive order reversing Obama administration Cuba policies as Florida Governor Rick Scott (C-rear), Cuban dissident and former prisoner Cary Roque and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R) look on at the Manuel Artime Theater in Miami, Florida, U.S., June 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

As the country’s latest position on travel to Cuba was revealed — kind of — Friday afternoon, tentative reactions from industry insiders started to roll in.

There was disappointment, frustration, confusion, some relief, and a lot of caution that the full picture would not be known still for weeks or months. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings even labeled Trump’s Cuba travel policy revisions “a win for the cruise industry … ”

The biggest changes for travelers is that the U.S. will prohibit Americans from undertaking individual people-to-people trips to Cuba, and restrictions will be placed on doing business with hotels and attractions run by elements of the Cuban government.