Cruise Wrap: 100pc testing for CLIA lines, Princess ship delivery + MORE
No, your eyes are not deceiving you – we’ve published our Wednesday Cruise Wrap on a Thursday this week! And, as you can imagine, it has led to complete and total anarchy in the Travel Weekly office.
Norwegian co-founder and cruise titan Knut Kloster dies
Kloster was not only a titan of the cruise industry, but also a humanitarian and environmentalist.
Cruise Wrap: MSC welcomes back guests, Scenic Eclipse celebrates first anniversary + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is a big one, so we recommend settling in with a cup of tea and a few biccies.
Cruise Wrap: CDC extends No Sail Order, Ponant’s new agent portal + MORE
Confused about the state of cruising? This wrap won’t shed much light, but it does contain some spectacular pics for you to live vicariously through.
Cruise Wrap: Scenic kicks off Eclipse II build, Royal Caribbean extends ‘Cruise with Confidence’ policy + MORE
With moves, shakes and changes coming in waves from the cruise industry, here’s a week’s worth of everything you need to know.
Cruise Wrap: Sydney’s third cruise terminal delayed, Quark colouring competition, Carnival’s new appointment + MORE
Yes, you read that correctly. Get your coloured pencils ready, or put your kids to work, because there are vouchers up for grabs!
Cruise Wrap: MSC to launch eco-conscious tours, cruise returns to bushfire-affected NSW South Coast + MORE!
If, like us, you’re avoiding a stockpile of emails accrued over the long weekend like the plague, this week’s Cruise Wrap is the perfect five-minute distraction.
Norwegian Joy passengers fall ill for second time in a week
Norwegian Joy has failed to live up to its name once again, as more passengers are struck down with illness while aboard the vessel.
“Hundreds” affected by norovirus outbreak onboard Norwegian cruise ship
by Ali Coulton
One passenger claims the ship had been dealing with the outbreak for a couple of days, “but none of the passengers suspected it was as bad as it was”.
Norwegian to implement fleet-wide ban on single-use plastic bottles
Norwegian Cruise Line has pledged to eliminate more than six million plastic bottles per year, thanks to its new replacement for single-use bottles.
MSC, Norwegian pledge support for Hurricane Dorian relief as death toll rises
by Christian Fleetwood
Do you enjoy reading about travel companies doing good? Get ready to have your heart warmed by this.
Cruise wrap: Virgin Voyages’ commission commitment, Cruise360 sets course for Brisbane + MORE
This week’s cruise wrap could be best described as the Titanic of all cruise wraps. In that it’s huge – not that it will sink.
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