In a 2.5-hour hearing today, Federal District Judge Kathleen Williams heard arguments relating to Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' motion for a preliminary injunction to stop Florida from enforcing its vaccine passport ban.
Following a second quarter loss, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings reported 'robust future demand' across all brands and expects to have 75% of its fleet operating by year end.
Royal Caribbean Group management played down the impact of the Delta variant on bookings and said cruise protocols are stemming shipboard outbreaks.
Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection employees won't be going back to the office until 2022, and it will be to a new location in south Broward/north Miami-Dade County.
Crystal Cruises added Miami as a port of call and a port of embarkation for Crystal Serenity’s Bahamas voyages and will allow unvaccinated travelers due to Florida law but they'll be subject to controls.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's conditional sailing order may be non-binding in Florida now, but ships are still subject to inspection to prevent the spread of communicable diseases like COVID-19 and may be detained.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Grand Classica departed the Port of Palm Beach Saturday for its first revenue cruise in 16 months.
In a surprising turn of events, a federal appeals court vacated its July 17 order, handing Florida a temporary win in its battle with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over COVID-19 cruise restrictions.
An appeals court granted the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's motion to keep the conditional sailing order in place.