The 2019-20 cruise season in New Zealand, which would have gone through until April, ended abruptly in March and, as expected, the early closure resulted in lower expenditure.
Star Clipper, which has been sailing Southeast Asia, will ply the Mediterranean in 2022 alongside sister vessels Royal Clipper and Star Flyer, after concluding its 2021/22 season in Thailand.
The Federal Maritime Commission issued an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking on cruise line nonperformance and refunds for canceled or delayed voyages.
A Carnival Corp. & plc data breach in early August indicates possible third-party access to personal information related to Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Seabourn, as well as casino operations.
In October 2021, people will be traveling again though health safety will continue to be a concern and precautions will be routine.
Royal Caribbean Group commenced an underwritten public offering of $500m shares of common stock and a private offering of senior convertible notes for an aggregate principal amount of up to $500m.
Port of Southampton is expanding its cruise team as it prepares for the return of cruise ship operations when the time is right, says Rebekah Keeler in her new role of head of cruise.
A new Victory Cruise Lines land and sea tour explores Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula and its Mayan culture and history.
NYK Cruises’ Asuka II, which home ports in Yokohama, will resume domestic sailings carrying Japanese passengers starting November 2.
Carnival Cruise Line canceled the remaining cruises for the six ships that were scheduled to sail from PortMiami and Port Canaveral in November.