Cruise News

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lowered the COVID-19 warning for cruise travel today, February 15, 2022, dropping from the Level 4 “Very High” to Level 3 “High” indicating gaining confidence in the cruise industry’s health and safety protocols. This is spectacular news for the industry and recognizes the extraordinary measures cruise
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Carnival Cruise Line opened bookings for two ships sailing from Jacksonville, Florida, and Mobile, Alabama. The cruise line redeployed vessels, with Carnival Spirit‘s sailing from Jacksonville after canceling cruises in Australia and Carnival Ecstasy sailing from Mobile instead of Jacksonville. Carnival Spirit, which is transiting from her previous position in the United Arab Emirates, will
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185 Shares More cruise lines are loosening their mask policy on ships starting on cruises that depart tomorrow, February 12, 2022. Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean will be loosening their mask policies that went into effect when the Omnicron variant began to emerge. Royal Caribbean’s current mask policy will expire on February 14, 2022. Right
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It has been confirmed by the Cruise Lines International Association Australasia (CLIA) that the cruise ban in the country has been extended into April. It comes as cruise lines have already remained on hold down under since the global suspension first started in March 2020. Australia Extends Ban on Cruises While cruise operations have already
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Cunard has announced that the name of the new ship joining their fleet in 2024 will be named Queen Anne. This will also mark the first time that Cunard has had four ships in service at one time. The name “Queen Anne” celebrates Cunard’s rich heritage, royal history and refined status – joining a luxury
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