Australian Border Force extends cruise ban by three months
Those of you who had clients ready and raring to sail out by mid-June may want to prepare a stiff drink before reading this.
Gavin Smith re-appointed chairman of CLIA Australasia
A familiar face has returned to CLIA Australasia’s boardroom, and we’re not talking about the office cleaner.
Cruise Wrap: Silversea to welcome new ship, Scenic expands suspension, CLIA’s new training offer + MORE
Since working from home, we’ve been using our daily wraps to work out what day it is. We’re not sure what this day used to be called, but it’s now officially Cruise Wrap Day.
Authorities warn Aussies against booking a cruise yet
The Tourism Minister is urging Australians not to book holidays that are currently banned, despite a surge in cruise bookings.
CLIA works to rebuild trust in cruising post-coronavirus
The cruise industry is getting ready to welcome guests back on board with hefty new health and safety measures that go just short of wrapping them in bubble wrap.
“Where is the cruise industry’s coronavirus response?”: Agency boss fires up at CLIA
Don’t be fooled by the positive vibes emanating from the accompanying photo. This agency boss is pissed off and seeking action.
Cruise Wrap: CMW and Hurtigruten extend suspensions, Carnival’s new shareholder + MORE
Travel Weekly is doing its best to prevent you from watching Netflix’s entire content catalogue with plenty of news in this week’s Cruise Wrap.
REVEALED: All the winners from this year’s Cruise Industry Awards
by Christian Fleetwood
Unfortunately, no award was given to the delicious pinot noir served on the night nor the ginormous cheese board.
Cruise Wrap: Silversea makes history, P&O adds three for Eden, Viking breaks record + MORE!
Your afternoon is about to get a whole lot more cruisey thanks to all these latest deals and announcements. It should make you look busy for at least an hour.
Coronavirus: Cruise company bans Chinese passport holders and Australia’s last evacuation flight lands
Travellers are beginning to rethink cruise holidays as coronavirus continues to plague the travel industry.
Port Authority of NSW to re-examine ship-to-shore power feasibility
by Christian Fleetwood
The state port authority will re-examine whether implementing ship-to-shore power at White Bay Cruise Terminal is cost-effective.
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