Cruise Preparation

By Anshool Deshmukh ▼ Use This Visualization How Powerful is Your Passport in a Post-Pandemic World? With COVID-19 cases falling in many parts of the world...

By Alex Smith May 25, 2021 Niels-Erik Lund talks with Alex Smith about how SunStone Ships has continued to construct its innovative new Infinity-class ships while managing the Covid-19 crisis

Shared from The Maritime Executive The historic Venice lagoon (file photo) The long-running debate about cruise ships sailing through the waterways of Venice, Italy took a turn on March 25 with ministers...

February 19, 2021 Shared from cruiseindustrynews.com Major cruise lines are planning restarts in various phases in 2021 eyeing a phased-in, healthly...

November 12, 2020 Royal Caribbean International has launched a new website for potential cruise volunteers.  The company, which hinted last week it may need volunteers for trial sailings...

August 11, 2020 Shared from Cruise Industry News Citing the continuation of travel and port restrictions due to global health concerns, Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling departures on all ships...

By Jason Leppert, Travel Age West May 27, 2020 Both American Cruise Lines (ACL) and American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC) are aiming for a return to service by late June and into July. Each line has outlined extensive safety protocols and collaborations...

June 16, 2020 Shared from Cruise Industry News Ponant is underscoring its leadership in the cruise industry and aims to be back in service on the French coast in...

 LAURIE BARATTI  JUNE 05, 2020 PHOTO: U.S. passports on a global map. (Photo via iStock/Getty Images Plus/Maudib) The International Airline Transportation Association (IATA) has created an Interactive (COVID-19) Travel...

Cruise Industry News March 31, 2020 The Diamond Princess has received what Princess Cruises said was a Level-3 deep cleaning thanks to Belfor Group, which cleaned and disinfected the entire ship in Japan following...