Cruise Preparation

September 20, 2021 Shared from Cruise Industry News As the pandemic situation continues to evolve, cruise lines are constantly adapting their health and safety protocols. Following recommendations from government and health authorities, several...

September 11, 2021 Shared from Cruise Industry News As the cruise industry is adapting to the new CDC regulation stating that all passengers must test negative against coronavirus no more than two days...

 LAURIE BARATTI  AUGUST 13, 2021 International Certificate of Covid-19 Vaccination. (photo via Chalffy / iStock / Getty Images Plus) Travel site Upgraded Points has just released a report on its...

April 29, 2021 The CDC issued a clarification of their letter to the cruise lines to Cruise Industry News this afternoon and stated that it looks at a timeline of passenger voyages by mid-July.

April 21, 2021 Shared from Cruise Industry News Princess Cruises has announced its 2022-2023 West Coast season with offerings to Mexico, the California Coast, and Hawaii & Tahiti. On sale April...

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...

March 16, 2021 Shared from cruiseindustrynews.com Holland America Line has announced it is extending its pause of cruise operations to now include all June 2021 roundtrip sailings to Alaska from Seattle, Washington, according to a press...

Nanchang Tengwang Pavilion at Nightfall (Photo: chuyuss/Shutterstock) March 10, 2021 By Cruise Critic Staff (Updated 11:33 a.m. EST) -- Cruise lines have temporarily suspended operations...

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

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