Royal Caribbean Cruises, the parent company of Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, TUI Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara and Silversea, is laying off 26% of its US-based workforce.
Princess Cruises, arguably the cruise lines hardest hit by the global Coronavirus pandemic, has announced that all cruises worldwide will be suspended until June 30th.
It will be another three months at least before cruise lines are able to start sailing from US ports, or calling at any American ports on itineraries from overseas, according to a […]
The world’s cruise lines have a number of different dates for when they’ll start operating again, some expedition lines have resumed services, along with four big ship lines in Europe in a […]
After holding out for a few weeks, Costa Cruises has followed the rest of the cruise industry in announcing it will suspend operations globally until May 30th, 2020.
While all healthy passengers have now disembarked Holland America Line’s Zaandam, the evacuation of passengers from Princess Cruises’ Coral Princess is ongoing with both cruise lines arranging charter flights home. Zaandam arrived […]
The United States’ Centres for Disease Control (CDC) has revealed that 21 cruise ships with a US port of call suffered at least one incidence of Coronavirus onboard in the four weeks […]
Carnival Cruise Line has offered the use of its ships as hospitals, cruise terminals in Los Angeles and New York are being used as field hospitals and Cunard Line’s three ships may […]
Norwegian Cruise Line has followed Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise Line in extending its voluntary suspension of all operations until May 10th.
Royal Caribbean has suspended the refurbishments of Allure of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas amid work stoppages at shipyards in Europe and the global shut down of the cruise industry […]