Coral Princess arrives at new homeport of Brisbane
While it is a beautiful name for a ship, we imagine that Coral Princess is also a good name for a royal female marine biologist.
CLIA urge government to provide economic support as ships begin to turn away from Aussie shores
The cruise industry is again urging the Australian government to provide support, though, at this stage in the game we suggest they simply join the rest of us by screaming into the void instead.
“Sickening thud for Australia’s travel agent community”: Carnival cruise ship relocated to US
While most people move to Florida to retire, the Carnival Spirit is heading over there to get the party started, leaving Australians to wallow on land.
Travel workers stage national day of action urging politicians to introduce AFTA’s recovery package
Travel industry folk across the country are participating in a National Travel Day of Action outside the offices of key federal and state parliamentarians today to speak up about the industry’s unique struggle.
Cruise delegation expresses “bitter disappointment” at lack of progress in lifting cruise ban
Aussie cruises are (still) on hold and cruise suppliers are (still) furious about it, accusing the federal government of breaking its promise.
Federal MP urges government to set timeline for cruise resumption
Warren Entsch, pictured here schmoozing with ScoMo, has been busy gaining support for the cruise industry from his fellow MPs.
Cruise suppliers hit Canberra to talk domestic resumption
Australia’s capital has been paid a visit by a group of suppliers impacted by the cruise ban. However, that’s not to suggest they used any mafia-style tactics.
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