Cruise News

Cruise News

Cruise Lines and Ports Work Towards First-of-its-Kind Green Corridor to Alaska

Cruise lines, ports, and other maritime authorities committed today to more sustainable travel in Alaska with a green corridor initiative.

Luxury Cruise Line Cancels Asia and Adds Tahiti Sailings

Windstar Cruises cancels scheduled Asia sailings for fall 2022 and instead adds Tahiti cruises for Star Breeze.

Carnival VIFP Events Canceled Due to Staffing Shortages

Past passenger parties are now canceled on Carnival Cruises due to crew shortages, along with other small changes to dining venues.

Carnival Vista Suffers Propulsion Issues, Port of Call Canceled

Carnival Vista is once again suffering engine trouble requiring a port cancelation, but no dry dock is scheduled for the issue.

Coast Guard Investigation Points to Royal Caribbean After Canceled SpaceX Launch

The US Coast Guard completes its investigation after Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas caused the cancellation of the SpaceX launch.

Big Itinerary Changes for Norwegian Cruise Line Ship

Every port on Norwegian Getaway's itinerary has been affected, with one port canceled and other visit times changed.

Carnival Cruise Line Temporarily Closes Two Specialty Dining Venues

Two popular specialty dining venues are temporarily closing due to staffing issues across almost all Carnival cruise ships.

Carnival Cruise Line Working on Crew Shortages

Brand ambassador John Heald offers insight to how Carnival Cruise Line may be working on crew staffing shortages to improve guest experiences.

North America’s Tourism Sector Shows 4% Growth With Cruise Leading the Charge

The North American travel and tourism sector is projected to grow by nearly 4% over the next decade and a major part of that is the cruise industry.