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.
Norwegian extends global cruise suspension across all brands
Were your clients hoping to catch The Choir of Man on an NCL cruise in the next couple of months? Well, unfortunately they’ll have to wait a little longer.
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.
CLIA focuses on global health measures with new training module
Get the drop on the latest measures cruise lines are taking to keep your clients safe with this latest course from CLIA.
Norwegian launches agent incentives across all three brands
As the saying goes, all good things come in threes … except if there were four incentives being offered, of course.
Royal Caribbean to sell Azamara brand for more than $260m
While many cruise companies are offloading some of their ships to stay afloat during the pandemic, Royal Caribbean is selling an entire brand.
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.
Genting Hong Kong appoints new deputy CEO and executive director following resignation
by Huntley Mitchell
The Asian cruise company has plugged some holes in its management team, and has insisted that shareholders need not worry about the deputy CEO’s resignation.
P&O, Carnival and Royal Caribbean extend Aussie cruise pause
Looks like Aussie cruises are now off the cards until the end of the year, so all your avid cruising clients are going to have to make do with toy boats in their bathwater.
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