Carnival Imagination may have sailed its last sailing. Port workers in Venice want cruise ships to return after signing a different song last year. MSC Cruises gives back to those on the front line.
Royal Caribbean said they aren't selling Empress of the Seas. UK operator is retiring two ships but buying two more. And Holland America Line announces the most aggressive promotion ever.
Key West is trying to keep the cruise ship ban off the ballot in November. Vancouver, BC says a lot needs to change before cruising returns in 2021. And a ghost ship tour in the UK.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line crew members have a lawsuit against the company. Costa Cruises plans to resume cruises from Italy in August. And a cruise line will be homeporting in Havana, Cuba for the 2021 cruise season.
A cruise line in Norway is once again docked as COVID cases hit the ship. Carnival Corporation company postpones cruises until September. The only cruise line to Alaska this summer set sail over the weekend.
Another cruise line cancels sailings until 2021. We learn more about the virus spread on Diamond Princess in February. And Antigua extends a hand to support local tourism businesses.
AIDA cruise ship has crew member testing positive with no symptoms. Port Canaveral seeks federal funding to keep the operations running. Germany has officially returned to ruising. Asia is gearing up for a return-to-service. Luxury cruise line that sails from North America will be requiring masks.
Royal Caribbean Group introduces a new type of muster drill. Two former Royal Caribbean International ships arrive at the scrapyard. And the CDC is opening up the dialogue about the cruise industry.
Carnival Cruise Line gives an update of their mega-ship Mardi Gras. An Asia cruise line will start cruising next week. Florida-based cruise line delays again.
Carnival Cruise Line's Fantasy-class flagship was reportedly sold. Carnival Corporation and the World Travel and Tourism Council team up for a public summit. And Royal Caribbean's former Monarch of the Seas arrives at the scrapyard.
Puerta Vallarta, Mexico is starting phase one of reopening to tourism. A shipyard in Norway has filed for bankruptcy. And Royal Caribbean gives a final verdict on cruise ship buffets.