Carnival Cruise Line has provided an update on how it will resume service once no sail orders from the CDC are lifted, with plans to operate just eight ships initially.
Royal Caribbean Cruises, the company that owns Royal Caribbean International, as well as Celebrity Cruises, Azamara, Silversea and several other cruise lines, is burning through up to US $275-million per month amid […]
After initiating a series of credit facilities, securing a US $400-million investment and launching new shares, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings says it is now in a position to weather the cruise shut […]
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 US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has sent a letter to Carnival Corporation President and CEO Arnold Donald informing him that an investigation has been opened into the cruise company’s […]
The Coronavirus pandemic has shaken confidence in the safety of cruising unlike any other event in history, leaving cruise lines scrambling to make this type of holiday safe once more.
Marella Celebration’s 2020/21 Dubai cruise season has been cancelled after Marella Cruises announced that it would be selling the vintage cruise ship from its fleet.
The new cruise terminal being built in Galveston for Royal Caribbean International will open at least a year late, according to the minutes of a meeting of the Wharves Board of Trustees.
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 first roller coaster at sea, the first all-suite enclave on any Carnival ship and a whole host of new-to-the-line dining options will debut aboard the 5,200-passenger Mardi Gras.