Port of New Orleans

Port of New Orleans Braces for Hurricane Nate

Port of New Orleans is bracing for Hurricane Nate which will hit the U.S Gulf Coast Saturday evening.
Port St. Maarten Caribbean Cruise

First Cruise Ship to Resume Regular Calls to St. Maarten in Early November

The first cruise ship is expected to resume regular calls to Hurricane hit St. Maarten in early November.
San Juan Cruise Terminal

Carnival Cruise Terminal in San Juan Sustains Extensive Damage

The cruise terminal in San Juan, Puerto Rico has suffered extensive damage and will be out of action for weeks.
Key West Port, South Florida

Port of Key West is Opening Back Up for Cruise Ships

The Port of Key West is opening back up for cruise ships as the popular cruise destination recovers after Hurricane Irma.
St. Thomas After Hurricane Maria

St. Thomas Looks Badly Flooded After Hurricane Maria

St. Thomas has just experienced Hurricane Maria and it really doesn't look good with widespread flooding and further damage after Irma earlier in the month.
Grand Turk Beach

Grand Turk Braces for Dangerous Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria is sweeping across the Eastern Caribbean causing major destruction and is now heading towards the Turks and Caicos Islands including Grand Turk.
Grand Celebration Cruise Ship

Cruise Ship to be Used for Housing First Responders in Hurricane Hit St. Thomas

A cruise ship is to be used for housing first responders at the Hurricane hit the Caribbean island of St. Thomas.
Port Canaveral Florida

Port Canaveral in Florida to Expand With New Cruise Terminal

Port Canaveral in Florida is going to expand with the construction of a brand new cruise terminal for large cruise ships.
Venice Activists

Activists Chain Themselves to Large Cruise Ship In Venice

Activists in Venice have upped their game when it comes to large cruise ships using the lagoon in the Italian city.
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