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Cruise Costa European cruise sector leads the way forwards

The European cruise is the first to open up substantially as European nations begin to get a hold on the coronavirus pandemic. European cruise lines are benefitting from Europe’s efforts to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control, allowing key countries essential to the regional cruise market to ease travel restrictions… read more


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Cruise Costa Costa Cruises joins AIDA in return to cruising in September with two ships

Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruiseshave confirmed that they’ll be resuming operations in September, with both cruise lines deploying two ships in the Mediterranean.While Costa Cruises is an Italian cruise line, and AIDA Cruises is German, both are owned by Carnival Corporation, and both will be resuming services fro… read more


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Cruise Seaborn Cruise companies have started cancelling 2021 trips

Cruise companies around the world have started cancelling 2021 holidays as a result of coronavirus. Smaller, charter cruise firms were among the first to start cancelling 2021 sailings last month but now bigger lines have joined their ranks.

Seabourn, the ultra-luxury line owned by the Carnival Corporation has c… read more


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Cruise MSC MSC Cruises not planning to sell any ships

Amid the scrapping of four cruise ships in less than the same number of weeks and expectations that dozens of other cruise ships may soon meet the same fate, MSC Cruises has quashed rumours that it is considering retiring its older tonnage. “No, absolutely not,” said Gianni Onorato, CEO, MSC Cruises when asked by Cruise Indu… read more


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Mauritius 10 things to do on a Rodrigues Island port call

Rodrigues Islandis an exceptionally under-rated cruise destination with far more to offer than white sandy beaches and azure, tropical waters. This remote island with Mauritius as its closest neighbour has lots of unique places and features like fresh foods, colorful festivals, local cuisine, beautiful parks, and of course t… read more


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Cruise Crystal Cruises Crystal introduces Crystal Confidence 2.0 for all new bookings

As travelers continue to navigate the uncertainty of planning travel during this time, Crystal is expanding its peace of mind focused booking policies. For a limited time, the new Crystal Confidence 2.0 allows travelers 90 days from the time of booking to place their deposit on all new 2020-2023 reservations across all brand experi… read more


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Cruise Crystal Cruises Crystal Cruises: Clean+ Protocols

Crystal unveiled Crystal Clean+, its initial set of safety and health protocols to be implemented on Ocean ships Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony once they return to sailing. This set of Crystal Clean+ protocols is considered the 2.0 version – the initial expansion of Crystal’s already stringent health and safety policies – developed… read more


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Cruise Carnival Corp The fourteen most affected cruise ships

The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the cruise industry has been staggering, and now it’s starting to permanently change the make-up of the global fleet, with more than a dozen cruise ships facing an uncertain future.

Many of the fourteen cruise ships are victims of the collapse of three cruise linread more

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Cruise Holland America Holland America Line designates its new flagship

In honor of some of the most memorable ships in Holland America Line‘s nearly 150-year history, the premium cruise line is changing the name of its new-build from Ryndam to Rotterdam and designating it the new flagship of the fleet. The seventh ship to bear this historic name, Rotterdam will be delivered one year to the date… read more


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Cruise Carnival Cruise Carnival Cruise Line's new plans for its fleet

Carnival Cruise Line today announced new plans for its fleet that will generate tremendous guest excitement once it resumes sailing, with a confirmed date for an additional Excel-class, LNG-powered ship arriving in November 2022, four ships either sold or put on long term lay-up status, and other ships redeployed to new homeports, as it s… read more


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