No more buffets or cherry picking from menus, and less interaction between passengers and crew in dining areas were the key takeaways from the most recent Seatrade Cruise Talks webinar, ‘How COVID-19 will affect the future of food and beverage...
News that the European Union may block Americans when borders open in July, since the United States has failed to control COVID-19, could hardly be surprising to cruise lines.
AmaWaterways' Alex Pinelo and Oceania Cruises' Nikki Upshaw are the new chair and vice chair, respectively, for Cruise Lines International Association's North American Trade Relations Committee.
In addition to feature story coverage, here's a quick read of some of today’s coronavirus-related cruise news and announcements.
Some European river lines hope to be cruising by late June, but it's not clear if Americans — who lag on the coronavirus curve — will be allowed to travel there.
At least five more cruise operators late Thursday joined the growing ranks of those temporarily suspending operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.