Month: November 2020

It might not sound like a big day for those of us waiting for cruises to resume in the US. However, Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas’ operational start in Singapore on December 1 is an essential step for the Miami-based cruise line. The line is planning to do 3-day and 4-day Seacation voyages from
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Is Removing automatic cruise gratuities stealing? It is a hotly debated topic in the cruising world. If you remove the automatic cruise ship gratuities are you shorting crew member pay. We break it down in today’s video. Check out last week Is the Stealing video: Carnival Cruise Lines Gratuity Policy: https://help.carnival.com/app/answers/category/c/475,481 Royal Caribbean Gratuity Policy:
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Royal Caribbean’s second Quantum-ultra class cruise ship has floated out of the construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Work will continue on the vessel to make she’s ready to begin cruises in Spring 2021. Odyssey of the Seas Floats Out Just recently the new Royal Caribbean cruise ship was having her giant
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https://ensignbrokers.com.au/view-boat/?dealer=ensign&mode=edit&ToDo=show_details&de=218624 Are you ready to go cruising? This fantastic Bavaria 50 has been well set up for short hand extended passage making or live aboard. In an added bonus she is a great performer and been involved in many a sailing regatta as well. She features a wonderful 4 bedroom layout with a separate utility
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In this latest cruise news update, I explore 6 big cruise news updates including including a surprising CDC intervention against cruising, why April looks like when cruises will really resume among more cancellation news, some progress in the UK for cruising to return, what Caribbean ports are saying and doing about cruises calling again, and
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