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Cruise Industry to Generate 5 Times Less Revenue Than in 2019

Cruise Industry to Generate 5 Times Less Revenue Than in 2019

The COVID-19 had a devastating impact on the global cruise industry, with cruise lines practically disappearing after the pandemic hit and all operators witnessing double-digit sales drop. However, it seems that 2021 might bring a

Tourism News
Saint Lucia to Welcome Cruise Tourism This Summer

Saint Lucia to Welcome Cruise Tourism This Summer

Saint Lucia is gearing up to welcome its first international cruise ship since closure to the sector amid the global Covid-19 pandemic. Following considerable dialogue with local authorities, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has signaled the

Events
oohh! FreizeitWelten Event Postponed

oohh! FreizeitWelten Event Postponed

The oohh! FreizeitWelten event, which combines six individual trade fairs for exciting out-of-home leisure activities all under one roof, will be postponed. The new dates are 24 to 28 March 2021. The reason is the

Cruise News
Cruise Lines Further Extend Cancellations

Cruise Lines Further Extend Cancellations

The cruise industry received another blow on April 9, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended its initial No Sail Order a further 100 days, pushing the potential resumption of the cruise lines ’s

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Cruise Lines Extend Suspension

Cruise Lines Extend Suspension

With COVID-19 continuing to have a significant impact on communities throughout the world, cruise lines are extending the temporary suspension of cruise voyages. The extended suspension contributes to the global efforts to contain the spread

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Cruise Ships May Be Used as Temporary Hospitals

Cruise Ships May Be Used as Temporary Hospitals

Carnival Corporation today announced that select cruise ships will be made available to communities for use as temporary hospitals to help address the escalating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare systems around the world.

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Cruise Lines Suspend Operations

Cruise Lines Suspend Operations

The coronavirus, officially dubbed “COVID-19” by the World Health Organization, has been officially classified as a global pandemic. Cruise lines announce major delays and suspensions in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Seabourn, the world’s finest ultra-luxury travel

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Cruise Lines Cancel Voyages, Rerute Ships

Cruise Lines Cancel Voyages, Rerute Ships

The 2020 coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China, is the latest threat to the cruise industry. Cruise lines have started to either cancel or change their itineraries. Ports are refusing to accept cruise ships

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Flynn Cruiseport Boston Ends the 2019 Cruise Season with Another Record

Flynn Cruiseport Boston Ends the 2019 Cruise Season with Another Record

The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) reached another milestone at Flynn Cruiseport Boston serving 402,346 passengers and 138 cruise ships in 2019. The passenger volume is a 3% increase over the 2018 cruise season driven by

Cruise News
5 Reasons Your 2020 Adventures Should Include a Cruise

5 Reasons Your 2020 Adventures Should Include a Cruise

We're only a little more than halfway through 2019, but many of us are already mapping out our adventures for the next year. In fact, 2020 is going to be a big year for travel.

Cruise News
The Best Way to Visit Europe

The Best Way to Visit Europe

For good reasons, the world's most popular tourist destination is Europe. And as cruising's global popularity continues to rapidly grow, more and more people are discovering the best way to visit Europe is on a

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UnCruise Begins Summer Sailings in Hawaiian Islands

UnCruise Begins Summer Sailings in Hawaiian Islands

UnCruise Adventures announces its first foray into summer island cruising with the addition of six departures in July and August 2019. The weeklong small ship cruises sail roundtrip Moloka'i and explore Lana'i, the Big Island

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Cruise Lines International Association Re-Introduces Certification for Cruise Lines

Cruise Lines International Association Re-Introduces Certification for Cruise Lines

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has re-introduced a newly expanded opportunity for cruise line sales teams to leverage CLIA’s industry-leading North American certification programs, earning the equivalent of our existing Accredited Cruise Counsellor (ACC), Master

Cultural Tourism
Cunard Partners with the English National Ballet

Cunard Partners with the English National Ballet

 Luxury cruise line Cunard is proud to announce an innovative partnership with the prestigious English National Ballet for the first-ever "Dance the Atlantic" Transatlantic Crossing on board flagship Queen Mary 2, sailing from Southampton to New York, August 11-18, 2019 (M924).  Guests

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Hurtigruten Offers Free Flights on Icelandic Expedition

Hurtigruten Offers Free Flights on Icelandic Expedition

Hurtigruten offering a deal you do not want to miss. From now until November 30, travelers flying from New York, Los Angeles, Miami or Chicago (ORD) to Reykjavik-based airports (Other gateways are available at an additional