Carnival cancels additional US sailings as it works to meet CDC requirements
Carnival Cruise Line has further paused its US operations as it scrambles to meet the CDC’s requirements, as well as the additional environmental requirements placed on the brand’s parent company.
Royal Caribbean posts $2.3 billion quarterly loss, but 2021 bookings “trending well”
by Huntley Mitchell
With its global cruise operations having been suspended since March, Royal Caribbean’s quarterly results come as no surprise.
CLIA voices support for new European cruise safety guidelines
The new guidelines aim to set a benchmark for maritime operations in the EU, bringing European summer cruises one step closer. Woo-hoo!
Scenic Group to launch Emerald Waterways as standalone brand Down Under
Proof that the cruise industry is still alive and kicking comes this positive news from our good friends at Scenic.
STUDY: Cruises cheaper than backpacking for Aussie Millennials
In bad news for Baby Boomers who go cruising to escape those pesky Millennials comes this new study.
“We want to be a fly-cruise brand”: Celebrity Cruises CEO
by Tara Harrison
Trailblazer Lisa Lutoff-Perlo reveals all, although Travel Weekly insists no “rack of truth” or hot irons were used in the interview.
“Cruise lines need to have a gentle hand”: Lindblad’s Lesa Bain
We had tea and scones with Lindblad Expeditions’ Vice President of Sales. Well, if we’re being honest, ours had a nip of Baileys in it.
A new ultra-luxe ship is joining the Silversea fleet
Silversea’s newest ship is rumoured to boast a slide straight into the ocean and the world’s biggest cheese wheel. We may or may not have made that up.
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