P&O Cruises Australia extends its pause in guest operations until end of JulyAccording to a press release from P&O Cruises Australia, the cruise line has extended its guest operations pause until the end of July 2021. Cruises from June 18 to July 30, 2021, will be affected by the latest rolling pause.
Total to work with MSC Cruises for upcoming LNG-powered cruise shipsTotal, a French company, and MSC Cruises have signed a supply agreement for the latter's upcoming LNG-powered cruise ships that will dock in Marseille.
Nassau Cruise Port becomes critical partner in restart of cruise tourism of CaribbeanThe Global Ports Holding Plc (GPH)-managed Nassau Cruise Port will play a key role in the reinstatement of cruise tourism in the Caribbean in June and July.
Disney Cruises reveals 2022 itineraries in Europe, Alaska and CaribbeanIn summer 2022, Disney Cruise Line will introduce new sailings around the world for families, including voyages to new destinations and ports of call in the Greek Isles, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Alaska, and the Caribbean.
Maltese Health Authorities Greenlight COVID-19 cruise operational guidelinesValletta Cruise Port reported in a press release that the operating guidelines it established with local authorities and partners have been accepted by Maltese health authorities.
Odyssey of the Seas starts North Sea trialsOdyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International's second Quantum Ultra-class cruise ship, began a comprehensive sea trial on March 14 at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
TUI River Cruises extends its pause until late JuneTUI River Cruises has again delayed its departure due to continuing uncertainty about travel restrictions.
Crystal Serenity to start sailing in the Bahamas before August 2021Genting's luxury brand revealed today that the Crystal Serenity would begin sailing in the Bahamas in July, making Crystal Cruises the first major cruise line to return to operation in North America.
Fred Olsen unveils its itinerary program for 2022-2023The itinerary program for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines for the years 2022-2023 has been announced. The program, according to a press release, provides 126 new voyages to 82 countries, with regional departures from Belfast and London Tilbury.
Princess Cruises cancels more cruisesPrincess Cruises has announced that it will continue to suspend cruise vacations in the Caribbean, California, Mexico, and the Mediterranean until June 30, 2021.
Odyssey of the Seas starts its journey from Israel in Summer 2021Royal Caribbean International has announced that the brand new Odyssey of the Seas will begin sailing from Haifa, Israel in summer 2021.
Seabourn cancels 2021 Alaska/British Columbia departuresOn Wednesday, Seabourn announced the cancellation of its 2021 Alaska/British Columbia departures.
American Cruise Lines adds new ship to Pacific NorthwestAmerican Cruise Lines has announced that by 2021 it will now have six ships in the Pacific Northwest, four of which will sail on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.