Silversea has become the first luxury cruise line in the world to receive certification in infection prevention for maritime (CIP-M) from the world’s largest ship classification society, DNV GL.
Costa Cruises has announced that it will be providing rapid antigen tests to passengers as limited cruises resume in the Mediterranean, as well as dedicated insurance packages designed to cover any medical […]
Cunard Line has become the latest big ship cruise line to cancel its entire 2020 cruise program, with plans to resume cruises only in the first quarter of 2021.
MSC Cruises has been forced to delay the resumption of cruises aboard MSC Magnifica by at least four weeks due to the recent introduction of additional testing measures for residents of Italy […]
There are encouraging signs in the Caribbean that some destinations may soon start opening up to cruise ships, possibly providing the US cruise market with a way to emulate the limited resumption […]
During the last financial crisis in 2008, none of the major cruise lines failed, and the travel sector proved largely resilient, but this crisis is far deeper, and hitting the industry much […]
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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 […]