SustainableShips.com's Sept. 16 livecast features Dr. Ellen Prager, president, Earth2Ocean, and Susana Romero, director, Galápagos sales & communication, Celebrity Cruises.
Susan Bonner, Celebrity Cruises’ MD Australia, New Zealand and Asia, is returning to the United States to join her family and pursue other opportunities.
Royal Caribbean Group is playing up its penchant for innovative technology in its approach to making a safe cruise vacation.
When the Royal Caribbean Group announced global suspensions going through to October 31 on August 5, it excluded Australasia and China.
Built in Saint-Nazaire and handed over to Celebrity Cruises in March, Celebrity Apex finally left Chantiers de l'Atlantique Sunday morning.
Thirty-seven percent of Virtuoso clients are ready to cruise now, while 63% are not ready, according to the luxury travel group whose sales were $30bn in 2019.
Royal Caribbean Group will take delivery of only three of the five newbuilds it had scheduled between July 2020 and December 2021 during that period, with Celebrity Beyond and Wonder of the Seas delayed to 2022.
Royal Caribbean Group is replacing one of the least-loved but most important parts of a cruise — the safety drill — with Muster 2.0, a new approach to delivering safety information that also allows social distancing.
Royal Caribbean Group extended its 'Cruise with Confidence' flexible cancellation policy to sailings through April 2022.