CLIA announced Friday that ships will not be sailing from U.S. ports throughout the summer, extending a pause put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Carnival Corporation will downsize its fleet as the cruise line battles back to operation following the coronavirus pandemic.
A new state-of-the-art cruise port is coming to Belize which will become a popular port of call for cruise ships once it is completed.
Crystal Cruises announced 7-night Caribbean itineraries for the ship Crystal Serenity, with planned deployment in October-November 2020.
At least 42,000 workers remain trapped on cruise ships without paychecks — some still suffering from COVID-19 — three months after the industry shut down.
The route back from the Covid-19 pandemic appears increasingly long and winding for the cruise sector, with AIDA Cruises the latest line to extend a partial suspension of sailing.
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