Only AIDAvita and MSC Bellissima remain docked in Port Rashid, while MSC Lirica is waiting out the global shutdown of the cruise industry at anchor off Dubai.
Princess Cruises has cancelled almost all its global cruise operations until mid-December, citing the ongoing spread of coronavirus and subsequent travel restrictions for cruise markets and cruise destinations around the world.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages, the British cruise line known for its fleet of classic cruise ships and laid-back, traditional cruise experience, has become the second cruise line after Pullmantur to declare bankruptcy.
With COVID-19 continuing to spread in the United States, the CDC has been forced to extend its no sail order for cruise ships through September, putting an end to hopes of cruises […]
It will likely take until at least 2022 before the cruise industry fully recovers from the damage wrought by the global coronavirus pandemic, according to Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation.
TUI Cruises has announced that a second cruise ship, Mein Schiff 1, will join Mein Schiff 2 cruising from Germany in late July as the line joins AIDA Cruises in preparing to […]
Carnival Corporation will “aggressively shed less efficient ships”, retiring around 9% of its capacity across all nine cruise brands by the end of the year, according to CEO Arnold Donald.
After announcing that it is extending its global suspension of cruises until at least the end of September, and selling at least six cruise ships this year, Carnival has now confirmed that […]
The Royal Caribbean-owned Spanish cruise line Pullmantur has filed for insolvency, according to a statement from Cruises Investment Holding, which owns 51% of the line.
Although the CDC’s no sail order for cruise ships will expire in July, the Cruise Lines International Association has announced that cruise lines will voluntarily extend the suspension until September 15th.