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.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has announced that all three of its cruise brands, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, will remain in lockdown until at least September 30th, […]
In a new video posted to YouTube, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain, says he doesn’t like the idea of a “new normal” in cruising and won’t be adopting it […]
Norwegian Cruise Line has become the first of the major cruise companies to provide details about the measures it will take to combat the spread of Coronavirus once cruising resumes.
As virology experts and epidemiologists continue to study Coronavirus, informing the containment measures being enacted around the world, Carnival Corporation has also been considering how it can mitigate the spread of the […]
Spirit of Adventure, Saga Cruises latest new cruise ship, will not be delivered on time and will not debut in August as planned according to a statement from Saga.
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.
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 […]
With lockdowns being eased, and at least a few cruise destinations talking about welcoming cruise ships back in the next few months, the industry looks set to get back on its feet […]