Cruise ships began returning to the Cayman Islands this week in a two-phase plan, and Premier Wayne Panton advocated for a lower volume, higher value cruise business.
This spring, after two seasons canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, cruises are set to make a comeback at the Port of Montréal with 46 calls scheduled.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased some COVID-19 protocols for cruise operators that pertain to quarantine, interactive shipboard activities, shore excursions and port agreements.
Chesapeake Shipbuilding launched American Symphony, the fifth in American Cruise Lines' modern riverboat series.
American Empress godmother Claudette Waggoner welcomed regional leaders onboard for the paddlewheeler's Pacific Northwest season kickoff.
Port Everglades reached a $495,000 agreement today with Florida Power & Light to explore providing shore power to all eight cruise ship berths.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lowered its warning about the risk of COVID-19 for cruise travelers to Level 2: moderate.