Almost 75pc of Carnival’s fleet to be operational by end of 2021
The world’s largest cruise company is gradually getting some meat back on its bones, but it won’t quite have that pre-pandemic girth by the end of the year.
Carnival Cruise Line and P&O cancel Aussie sailings, as Costa Cruises readies for restart
by Huntley Mitchell
This story is a bit like a pair of mismatched socks, in that it contains both good news and bad news.
Carnival to ditch 19 ships, as company posts $2.8 billion quarterly loss
Carnival Corporation has added another ship to the pile of vessels that it will offload in order to stay afloat beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carnival Corporation postpones more cruises, with some restarting this month
New year, new cruise resumption dates for several Carnival Corp brands, so tell your clients they won’t need to add seasickness tablets to their shopping lists anytime soon.
Princess Cruises introduces ‘Princess Promise’, rolls out MedallionClass fleetwide
In case you need another reason to convince your clients to book their post-pandemic cruise, Princess Cruises has just sweetened the deal.
New role for Jan Swartz as part of Carnival’s mass exec leadership changes
Princess Cruises’ leading lady has climbed Carnival’s leadership ladder once more.
Carnival-owned cruise lines suspend select sailings until November 2021
Another day, another cruise pause update from your trusty buddies at Travel Weekly. You can thank us by sending cupcakes and a bottle of vodka.
Three major cruise companies extend their pause in operations
A bunch of cruise giants have once again extended their return to sailing date until at least next year. However, that’s not to say their ships will be returning slightly elongated.
Carnival warns of cyber attack across three of its brands
The cruise giant has disclosed a data breach exposing client data to a third party, who we assume looks exactly like the hooded figure in the accompanying image.
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