Cruise Safely

7.30 / By Angelique DonnellanPosted 1dday ago, updated 1dday ago Ursula Steinberner and Leon Sharp had their first cruise on the Ruby Princess and say it will not be their last.(Supplied: Ursula Steinberner)

Researchers say their findings indicate that far more people have been infected with COVID-19 than the numbers show By Julie Mazziotta May 28, 2020 04:09 PM PABLO PORCIUNCULA/AFP...

Cameron Sperance, Skift - May 18, 2020 4:00 pm The world’s major hotel brands are upping the ante on cleaning in an effort to win customer confidence and capture whatever market share exists in the travel industry’s initial coronavirus recovery. Be it ultra...
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By Alex Smith May 8, 2020 FORESHIP Project Hygiea could have a significant impact on the industry’s future, says Foreship’s Mattias Jörgensen Naval architecture and marine engineering firm Foreship has...
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By Natasha Frost May 8, 2020 In late February, as the first cases of Covid-19 were reported in the US, Melinda Mann, a crew member with the cruise company Holland America, boarded the Oosterdam in San Diego, to take a job working with youth staff...

Rosie Spinks, Skift - May 05, 2020 8:30 am This isn’t the first time Carnival has announced a return to cruising in the last month. What’s needed here is specifics on how things will be different (and safer) when ships set sail again.— Rosie S

Monday, April 27, 2020, 4:45 PM Face masks will be required for flight attendants as of May 1 FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines is updating and enhancing its cleaning procedures on board and will begin offering personal protective equipment to...
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Costa Fascinosa, left, with Costa Magica, 2013 (file image) Though cruise sailings have been largely suspended, fatalities related to COVID-19 outbreaks on board cruise ships have continued to rise - an expected consequence of the large number of infections...

MACKENZIE CULLEN  APRIL 16, 2020 PHOTO: Exterior of Diamond Princess. (photo via Princess Cruises) Lately, cruise ships have been seen as cargo ships for the coronavirus, with many forced into quarantine when they’re allowed...

By Jill Menze | April 10, 2020 When travel eventually resumes following the outbreak of COVID-19, travelers will have to reassess their comfort levels across all aspects of the journey. Rather than hopping on a domestic or international flight, travelers will likely ease...