In one of the most sobering developments of the coronavirus saga, Viking announced it will temporarily suspend river and cruise operations until May 1.
People over 70 would need to provide a physician's note verifying their fitness to go on a cruise under the industry's coronavirus plan presented to US officials.
The American Association of Port Authorities is asking the US to include cruise ports in any aid package for the cruise industry.
Virgin Voyages is postponing its Miami launch celebration for Scarlet Lady, planned for this month.
European antitrust officials intend to reach a decision soon on the plan to put the French shipyards of Chantiers de l'Atlantique under Fincantieri's control.
A UK researcher specialized in tourism and risk management is urging more information about actions the cruise industry is taking against coronavirus.
Princess Cruises announced new itineraries for Sapphire Princess in Western Australia during her inaugural season Down Under.
Florida public health officials informed Metro Cruise Services that three of its part-time employees tested positive for COVID-19.
US officials are reviewing the cruise lines' coronavirus plan, and investors were cheered by President Trump's pledge to help the industry.
The cruise industry's plan to contain coronavirus, expected by US officials today, will be critical to avoiding potential tougher government action.