With over 95% of the world’s oceangoing cruise ships in temporary layup, berthed or at close anchor, and the final few making their way to a safe haven, Seatrade with the help of Informa’s Lloyd's List Intelligence made-to-measure data has drawn...
Both cruise calls and passengers/crew carried rose 3% during Chile's 2019/20 cruise season, which was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic.
Here's a quick read of some of today’s coronavirus-related cruise news and announcements.
China could be one of the first markets where cruises restart, Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corp. & plc, said Thursday.
Recognizing how cruise passengers and crew from all kinds of ships have been stranded in the coronavirus pandemic, the European Commission issued guidance that calls for facilitating repatriation.
There are already reports of damage as the now-Category Four Cyclone Harold tracks towards large population areas in Fiji.
A slow-moving Category Five cyclone called Harold caused widespread destruction in the island nation of Vanuatu, a popular destination for South Pacific cruises.