What is it like cruising during the pandemic and is it even worth it, if you’re able to?
Costa Cruises has introduced two new cruise itineraries, departing from Italian and still exclusively for Italian residents only, as it resumes cruising in the Mediterranean alongside MSC, AIDA and TUI.
A survey conducted by leading cruise booking company Cruise Compete has reported that the vast majority of cruise passengers, 86.6%, are likely to cruise again in 2021.
Genting Hong Kong, which operates the Dream Cruises and Crystal Cruises brands, has asked its creditors to negotiate a debt restructuring as it seeks to prevent bankruptcy amid the worldwide cruise industry […]
Dubai suspended cruises to and from the city, along with all other ports in the UAE, back in March to stop the spread of coronavirus, but now its preparing to open up […]
An increasing number of cruise lines are considering rapid COVID-19 testing as part of a basket of enhanced health and safety protocols for the resumption of cruising, but key questions for passengers […]
Carnival Corporation has access to US $7.9-billion in cash and cash equivalents, according to a regulatory filing last week, giving the world’s largest cruise company enough money to remain afloat for another […]
An increasing number of major cruise lines dependent on passengers from the United States have begun cancelling their entire 2020 program, reflecting growing pessimism about the coronavirus situation in the United States.
The European cruise is the first to open up substantially as European nations begin to get a hold on the coronavirus pandemic. RELATED: Damage to cruise industry from coronavirus captured in a single […]
Costa Cruises has modified its cruise resumption plans, with the announcement that bookings will only be available to Italian residents initially, and both itineraries will only visit Italian ports, instead of Greece […]