Cruise Safely

By 2023, all U.S. travelers will need certain identification to board any commercial aircraft in the country. BY JESSICA PUCKETT May 3, 2021 Most U.S. fliers only think of travel documents when checking their passport is valid before...

LAURIE BARATTI  APRIL 30, 2021 Sign for mandatory use of face mask in airport. (photo via No-Mad / getty images) The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced an extension...

April 06, 2021 Shared from Cruise Industry News Seabourn, Carnival Corporation's luxury brand, announced it will start cruising again on July 3, having put a restart plan together with the Greek goverment.

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...

 RICH THOMASELLI  MARCH 23, 2021 Maui, Hawaii. (photo via wingmar / E+) Government officials in Hawaii aren’t speaking – not on the record, anyway – but a vaccine passport to visit the state could be...

March 17, 2021 Shared from cruiseindustrynews.com Iceland will open up to tourists from the U.S. and UK who are fully vaccinated, the country’s Minister of Justice Áslaug Arna Sigurbjörnsdóttir said in an 

 DONALD WOOD  MARCH 15, 2021 PHOTO: A line for COVID-19 temperature check at the airport. (photo via iStock / Getty Images Plus / AnnaStills) For the first time since...

DONALD WOOD  MARCH 12, 2021 Disney MagicMobile Service. (photo via Walt Disney World Resort Media) Walt Disney World is looking to improve the customer experience again with the upcoming implementation of a new contactless...

JANEEN CHRISTOFF MARCH 10, 2021 American Empress, the Dalles, Oregon (photo courtesy American Queen Steamboat Company) American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC) is setting a high bar for safety when it resumes operations. AQSC...

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...