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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.

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Qatar Airways teams up with Ponant to dabble in expedition cruising

The airline’s destination management arm is offering up a pretty spiffy adventure cruise, proving it is possible to be master of the sky and the sea.

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Cruise pause will strip the Aussie economy of $2 billion by year’s end: CLIA

The association has dug up some data that suggests a multi-billion-dollar loss for the Australian economy if the cruise ban isn’t lifted on 17 December.

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CLIA calls for cruise ban to be replaced by newly proposed measures

The association has been busy making sure the government sticks to its plan of lifting the cruise ban by 17 December by suggesting a range of safety measures.

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An exclusive new cruise membership program for agents is about to set sail

We wish we could say this story about an exclusive program was a Travel Weekly exclusive, but the truth is we just copied and pasted the press release.

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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.

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Coral Expeditions set for October restart

The Aussie small-ship expedition specialist hasn’t had to worry about Border Force closures, which can only mean good news for its supply of Panadol and Neurofen.

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CLIA sustainability report shows $2 billion increase in ships with cleaner fuels

It looks like the cruise industry has managed to juggle its COVID-19 struggles with its sustainability goals. Next, it’ll be pulling rabbits out of hats and scarves from its pockets.

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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.

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Small is the new big, says cruise company MD

This cruise company boss reckons post-COVID travellers will be more attracted to what a cruise doesn’t have than what it does.

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Royal Caribbean updates corporate identity

The cruise giant has given itself a new lick of paint for the first time in 20 years.

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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!

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