Two Royal Caribbean crew members — one from the Symphony of the Seas and one from the Oasis of the Seas — were “medically evacuated” from their respective ships Monday at Port Everglades, the cruise line confirmed.
One of the world’s largest cruise ships, the Oasis of the Seas, operated by Royal Caribbean, is currently sailing off the Bahamas waters and heading to the Port of Miami, where it’s expected to dock later today with 14 coronavirus-infected crew members.
The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) launched its own digital Learning Toolbox today. The new digital technology aims to educate Louisiana students about the role of the local maritime industry and the port in everyday lives.
The project anticipates creating 3,000 direct jobs during peak construction and operation periods, the Travel Weekly story concludes.
As a result of the coordination between Cuban and British authorities, the transfer of the passengers of the British cruise ship MS Braemar, which Cuba decided to host, was carried out this Wednesday.
As a result of the continued impact of Covid-19, Cunard and P & O Cruises will be suspending new cruises on its ships until April 11.
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