Cruise Safety

 GUEST AUTHOR  APRIL 14, 2022 The cruise industry is focusing on sustainability. (photo via Seatrade Cruise) Article written by John Sifling, Principal, Broad Reach Maritime LLC

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Norwegian passengers are upset over their treatment on a ship that ran aground. By Hannah Sampson March 26, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. EDT Norwegian Cruise Line customers upset about how they were treated after their ship 

JOHN MADDOX  MARCH 18, 2022 Watching the sunrise from a cruise deck. (photo by Codie Liermann) Quietly on Friday, March 18, the CDC made a couple of very positive changes...

By Johanna Jainchill |Feb 19, 2022| Cruise companies have agreed to participate in the CDC's voluntary Covid-19 for cruise ships operating in the U.S.

PUBLISHED DEC 28, 2021 4:43 PM BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE CDC data shows most cruise ships reporting COVID-19 cases (file photo) All sectors of the travel industry continue to be...

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 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 Johanna Jainchill |Dec 08, 2020 The MSC for Me wristband. Cruise lines have long been investing in technology to make the cruise experience more seamless and reduce human...

Passengers and non-essential crew are now isolating in their cabins as the ship heads back toward its departure point in Barbados November 11, 2020 05:39 PM Shared from People.com The first cruise ship to set sail in the Caribbean since the...