Atmospheric and oceanic conditions are primed to fuel storm development in the Atlantic, leading to what could be an 'extremely active' season, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the US National Weather...
Just days after Prime Minister Hubert Minnis announced US travelers would be blocked from the Bahamas during a coronavirus spike, the government changed course.
In extending its no-sail order to Sept. 30, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said: 'The current scientific evidence suggests that cruise ships pose a greater risk of COVID-19 transmission than other settings.'
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended its no-sail order for cruise ships operating from the United States until Sept. 30.
In the latest push to resolve the crisis of stranded crew, 13 countries are urging all IMO states to accept seafarers as 'key workers' who should be permitted to cross borders and access commercial flights.
Federal Maritime Administration Commissioner Louis Sola proposed a path for smaller carriers to request a reduction in the surety required to operate cruises from the US.
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.
American Queen Steamboat Co. is offering special pricing to Uniworld Boutique River Cruises travelers impacted by Uniworld's suspension of summer cruises.
Here's a quick read of some of today’s coronavirus-related cruise news and announcements.