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ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL The study was conducted in July 2020 on Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the Seas By Alex Smith March 01, 2021

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

By Gene Sloan February 8, 2021 It may be safe. But will it be fun? That’s the big question frequent cruisers are asking about upcoming cruises as they look ahead to the resumption of sailings in more...

BY CORINA QUINN February 2, 2021 Shared from CNTraveler.com Will such policies become widespread among the cruise industry? It's still unclear. The first two U.S.-based cruise lines announced mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for guests and crew today, a measure that's...

by David Giersdorf Summer 2020, I published an article called “An Updated Look at the Expedition/Adventure Cruise Market.” It made the rounds among travel and cruise industry leadership. In the article, I laid out six imperatives for the cruise industry recovery. These...
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DONALD WOOD  FEBRUARY 05, 2021 PHOTO: COVID-19 vaccine. (photo via solarseven / iStock / Getty Images Plus) A Swiss cruise ship limited by travel restrictions has been transformed into a COVID-19 vaccination center.

By Zach Honig Jan 28, 2021 While I’ve ventured out a bit during the pandemic, with several U.S. road trips and even a weeklong trip to Dubai, the news of new, far more contagious COVID-19 strains has me especially concerned. I...

By Victoria M. Walker French Polynesia has been a popular destination for travelers seeking a mid-pandemic getaway. But as COVID-19 continues to surge around the world, the collectivity of France, which includes the sought-after islands of Tahiti, Bora Bora and Moorea, is shutting down...

By LAURIE BARATTI  JANUARY 28, 2021 Doctor wearing PPE administering vaccine to a patient. (Photo via iStock/Getty Images Plus/zoranm) Aviation and travel industry groups are entreating the World Health...

By Katherine Fan Gotten your vaccine already? Thailand is preparing to welcome you with open arms. The government’s new “Welcome back to Thailand again” campaign would implement “COVID passports” to identify lower-risk visitors who could bypass the mandatory