Canada has announced the extension until October of a ban on cruise ships with a passenger capacity greater than 100, effectively cancelling the remainder of its cruise season.
Despite the extraordinary cost of the ongoing global cruise shutdown for its nine cruise brands, Carnival Corporation has no plans to downsize or consolidate, says CEO and President Arnold Donald.
Royal Caribbean’s new Quantum Ultra-class cruise ship, Odyssey of the Seas, had her multidirectional Azipods installed this week at the Meyer-Werft shipyard.
P&O Cruises is sending Iona into dry-dock for routine inspection work ahead of an expected delivery date in June.
Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises took to YouTube Tuesday to explain why the world’s second-largest cruise company, unlike many other businesses, has not publicly released new operating protocols […]
Silversea’s new food and wine program S.A.L.T will not be impacted by anti-COVID-10 protocols for cruise ships, which the cruise line is well-positioned to meet because it’s a luxury line, according to […]
Royal Caribbean will resume cruises in phases across its various cruise line subsidiaries with a prominent focus on safety, security and health, but the cruise industry will need to adjust to a […]
Virgin Voyages has pushed back its launch of cruises until October 16th and has introduced a double cruise credit to reward passengers for their patience.
Silversea Cruises has confirmed that two of its new cruise ships, Silver Moon and Silver Origin, will face delivery delays due to disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Bahamas may reopen to cruise tourists by July 1st, according to Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, depending on the finalisation of health and safety protocols.