Remaining Royal Caribbean Ships Will Return To Service According To A New Schedule

According to a recent announcement from Royal Caribbean International, the entire fleet of ships will be sailing by spring 2020. With sailings from New York City to Australia, the next group of returning ships and itineraries will begin setting sail in September, beginning with Oasis of the Seas' first sailing from New York City to … Continue reading Remaining Royal Caribbean Ships Will Return To Service According To A New Schedule

With First sailing in 500 days, Norwegian Cruise Line returns to the sea.

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the world's leading cruise line, made a double debut monday to honor its much-anticipated cruise comeback: Norway Cruise Line's Norwegian Jade was the first of its 17-ship fleet to arrive in Athens after 500 days (Piraeus). Guests sailing on Norwegian Jade's immersive Greek Isles itinerary will wake up in a new … Continue reading With First sailing in 500 days, Norwegian Cruise Line returns to the sea.

Finally the main cruise lines return to the sea

Four major cruise lines celebrated a day early on Saturday, putting boats back in the water - two of them sailing from U.S. ports - for the first time in more than a year. Carnival, Crystal, Royal Caribbean and Seabourn are back to doing what they do best after watching their respective ships pull away … Continue reading Finally the main cruise lines return to the sea

The positive news from the CDC has delighted the cruise industry

As you would expect, cruise-selling travel advisors and organizations were very happy to see a positive update from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) that cruising from the U.S. tentatively could resume by mid-July. “I think it is a very hopeful sign. I know the cruise lines have been waiting on being able … Continue reading The positive news from the CDC has delighted the cruise industry