Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean and MSC Cruises have announced mass layoffs of staff in the United States.
The UNWTO (World Tourism Organisation) has outlined the potential impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the global tourism sector, giving the first meaningful indication of the damage to the cruise industry.
The Coronavirus pandemic caused a global shutdown of the cruise industry, but also forced work to stop at cruise shipyards across Europe, where the world’s new cruise ships are being built.
The design of cruise ships is likely to change in future due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to AMK Architecture & Design.
The world’s cruise lines have a number of different dates for when they’ll start operating again, below is a list of when each cruise lines is expected to start up again.
All seven of the remaining cruise ships homeporting in Dubai have cancelled their cruise seasons, with ships currently playing a game of musical chairs as they take turns disembarking passengers and re-fueling […]
With a multitude of cruise ports around the world now placing extreme restrictions on cruise ships allowed to dock, or barring ships from visiting altogether, at least three cruise lines have announced […]
Favendo’s Real Time Location Services will be installed aboard MSC Virtuosa, MSC Cruises‘ new cruise ship that will spend the 2021/22 cruise season sailing in the Arabian Gulf out of Dubai.
With more than 80,000 people around the world infected with Coronavirus, more than 2,700 deaths, and mass disruption to the cruise sector across Asia, the ongoing epidemic’s impact on the cruise sector […]
This year is going to be the busiest on record for cruise ship dry-dockings, not only because of the sheer number of cruise ships going into dry dock (more than 100), but […]