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.
Meyer Werft is striving to keep production going during the coronavirus pandemic but only insofar as it can protect workers' health as its top priority.
Today, on World Health Day, Mercy Ships is spreading a message of hope and unity at a time when people feel afraid and distant.
Infrared fever screening, doctor's certificate of fitness for those over 70, greatly enhanced cabin/public room sanitizing and twice-daily temperature checks for crew are among ...
After the coronavirus crisis, it's going to take an enormous effort to ensure the public that cruising is a safe and healthy vacation alternative.
A sizable proportion of asymptomatic people could explain the high attack rate of COVID-19 among cruise ship passengers and crew, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a new report.
For probably the first time ever, Meyer Werft urged cruise fans not to come out to watch a ship's conveyance on the Ems River.
With a 30-year background in cruise ship operations, Mark Rumbarger is on a mission: To encourage sustainable, eco-friendly, nontoxic disinfectant/cleaning solutions.
In addition to feature story coverage, here's a quick read of some of today’s other coronavirus-related cruise news and announcements.