Robert McGillivray

Robert McGillivray
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Robert worked for various cruise lines as Hotel Director and writes on Cruise industry news and insights. He currently enjoys life on a tropical island in the Philippines while writing for Cruise Hive.

Royal Caribbean Reports Huge Losses for the Third Quarter

Royal Caribbean Group released its financial results for the third quarter today.

Florida Governor Working With White House on Resuming Cruises

Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis would like to see a return to cruising and he is in contact with the White House on how that can be done.

Cruise Ship to Begin “Super Seacation” Sailings

Dream Cruises will be doing what they call Seacation Cruises, two and three-night cruises.

Financial Analysts Think No Cruises Until March

According to a paper published by Macquarie Financial Services, reported by Barrons, it is unlikely that cruising would resume next month.

CDC Still Advises Against All Cruise Travel Worldwide

While the cruise industry awaits a decision on the No-Sail-Order for December, the CDC still recommends that travelers defer all cruise travel worldwide.

Cruise Lines Likely to Hike Fees Once Things Calm

An industry that has burned over a billion USD a month over the last six months will need to make money somewhere.

Cruise Lines Need to Be Strict Once Sailings Resume from the U.S.

Once operations resume from the U.S. cruise lines will have to be strict with new health measures.

Carnival’s 30-Day Ruling from Judge Allows for December Cruises

As we reported last week, a Florida judge has now required Carnival Corporation to submit to be Environmentally compliant at least 30 days before sailing in U.S. waters.

Two Princess Cruise Ships Being Transferred Earlier Than Expected

P&O Australia announced that both Pacific Adventure and Pacific Encounter would be starting operations as soon as the first half of 2021.