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Cruise Silver Sea Brandnew Silversea's Silver Moon undergoes sea trials

Silversea's new ship Silver Moon is one step closer to welcoming the cruise line's guests, having successfully carried out her sea trials between August 8th and August 20th. Carrying a reduced crew of approximately 320 due to precautionary health protocols, the ship journeyed between Fincantieri's shipyards in Ancona and Tri… read more

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Cruise Carnival Corp Cunard cancels all winter plans

One of the UK’s leading cruise lines has cancelled all its winter plans – and will not re-start operations until late March at the earliest. Cunard has revealed an extended “pause in operations” that is far longer than those previously announced. It means that the company, part of the giant Carnival Corporation, will … read more

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Cruise Holland America Holland America Line’s extends Promotion

Holland America Line and its travel advisor partners know savvy travelers like to plan ahead and take advantage of a great offer, which is why the premium cruise line is extending its popular “Save Now, Cruise Later: Have it All” promotion that lets guests … have it all! Running now through Sept. 30, 2020, guests who book with the … read more

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Cruise MSC 8 key takeaways from MSC Cruises’ return to service in the Mediterranean

What is it like cruising during the pandemic and is it even worth it, if you’re able to? MSC Cruises is the first of the big ship cruise lines to return to service, the first of four that are resuming cruises in Europe in what is being seen as a major experiment for the global cruise industry.

Cruise Critic published a… read more

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Cruise Fred Olsen Fred Olsen to retire two vessels after Holland America acquisitions

Fred Olsen Cruise Linehas announced it will be retiring its classic cruise ships Boudicca and Black Watch after taking delivery of Rotterdam and Amsterdam, which it recently acquired from Holland America Line.The new ships will be re-named Bolette and Borealis and will take over the itineraries scheduled… read more

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Cruise Carnival Corp Carnival Cruise Line announces name of its next Excel-class ship

With the help of celebrity partners past and present, Carnival Cruise Line today announced that its next Excel-class ship arriving in 2022 to coincide with its 50th birthday celebration will be named “Carnival Celebration.”

A full roster of Carnival partners, including Kathie Lee Gifford, Guy Fieri and Shaquille O’Neal, unwra… read more

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Cruise Holland America Holland America Line opens bookings for 2021-22 voyages

Holland America Line is opening bookings for two of its most epic explorations: the 2022 Grand World Voyage and the 2021 Grand Africa Voyage. Guests who want to circle the globe on the 128-day odyssey can now make their Grand World Voyage and Africa circumnavigation reservations. Both itineraries are roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, Florid… read more

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AA Travenews Cruises: Well-traveled consumers ready to start cruising

A new survey of the cruise line industry has uncovered some interesting insights about new attitudes among travelers.

The fact that well-traveled consumers are so ready to start cruising speaks volumes for the health of the industry.

When asked if COVID-19 has changed how they will choose their next cruise, 58.7%… read more

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Cruise Carnival Corp An insight into Carnival's future

Carnival Corporation (CCL), the world’s largest cruise company, provided a financial update on Friday morning to its shareholders. The company said that they have $7.9 billion dollars on hand as of July 31, 2020. Previously, the company disclosed that they are spending approximately $650 million per month to keep the company operat… read more

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