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Detail Knowledge: Norwegian Dawn

Norwegian Dawn is an old ship, and for anybody that loves the bells and whistles and simple layout of Norwegian’s larger newer cruise liners, she’ll feel dated, but for the rest of us with a love for a ship with a bit of history, she’ll get under your skin and have you wishing you could stay.

Norwegian Dawn will cruise from both Souread more

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Half of all cruises departing Cape Town for 2021 will be roundtrips

The South African cruise sector looks set to have a strong rebound from the Coronavirus pandemic, based on 2021 cruise itineraries released by mainstream cruise lines. According to forward-looking itineraries, more than half of all the cruises departing from the country’s primary cruise port, Cape Town, will be roundtrip itineraread more


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Carnival Cunard not to sail until November

Cunard has canceled sailings until November due to coronavirus pandemic-related travel restrictions, while a Stifel analyst raised his price target for the cruise ship operator. Shares of the Miami-based company were down 5.7% to $23.52 in pre-market trading on Tuesday.

Cunard President Simon Palethorpe said the cruise line i… read more



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Royal Caribbean CEO says he rejects idea of the “new normal” for cruising

In a new video posted to YouTube, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain, says he doesn’t like the idea of a “new normal” in cruising and won’t be adopting it for the cruise line.

Talking about the reopening of the Royal Caribbean offices near Port Miami “gradually and safely”, Fain says that the cruise company, like wider societ… read more



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Crystal Cruises’ new luxury expedition ship Crystal Endeavour delayed until 2021

The luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has confirmed that its new expedition cruise ship Crystal Endeavour will be delayed until 2021 due to work stoppages at the MV Werften shipyard.

MV Werften, along with all the major shipyards across Europe where the world’s cruise ships are built, was forced to delay some projects due to social distan… read more


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Norwegian Cruise Line first to detail anti-COVID-19 measures aboard ship

Norwegian Cruise Line has become the first of the major cruise companies to provide details about the measures it will take to combat the spread of Coronavirus once cruising resumes.

Royal Caribbean has indicated that it is in the process of developing such protocols, while Carnival Corporation has said that it is studying al… read more


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Carnival Corp. has no plans to consolidate or downsize any of its cruise lines

Despite the extraordinary cost of the ongoing global cruise shutdown for its nine cruise brands, Carnival Corporation has no plans to downsize or consolidate, says CEO and President Arnold Donald.

Speaking to Cruise Critic, he said the world’s largest cruise company will emerge from the global lockdown just as strong.Donald’s comments came… read more


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Saga Cruises: Spirit of Adventure delivery to be delayed

Spirit of Adventure, Saga Cruises latest new cruise ship, will not be delivered on time and will not debut in August as planned according to a statement from Saga.

A sister ship to Spirit of Discovery, Spirit of Adventure is under construction at the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Germany, which was forced to implement social distan… read more


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