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Looks Like a Sad Ending for the Pullmantur Cruise Ships

Looks like a sad ending for the Royal Caribbean-owned Pullmantur cruise ships as they are set to be scrapped.

New Guest and Crew Health Monitoring Tech Could Come to Major Cruise Lines

Cruise lines are working on implementing new health protocols to resume sailings and there is a new cruise passenger & crew health monitoring system that could be coming to help them out.

Major European Cruise Line Extends Suspension

Costa Cruises has extended its pause on cruise operations and has cancelled all departures in Northern Europe for the 2020 summer season.

Virgin Voyages Raises Earnings for Travel Agents

Virgin Voyages has announced the expansion of its “Brilliant To Do Business With” program, raising commission for travel agents, affectionately known as First Mates, to 16 percent.

Carnival-Owned Cruise Line Cancels Departures Until August 31

Aida Cruises which is one of nine Carnival-owned cruise brands has announced an extension on its pause on cruises.

Cruise Lines Launch July 4th Independence Day Promotions

Independence Day for the United States is almost upon us and cruise lines have started to launch their promotions and sales.

Carnival Cruise Ship Rescues Small Boat in the Bahamas

The Carnival Legend cruise ship came to the rescue of a small boat in the Bahamas which had run out of fuel.

Royal Caribbean’s New Cruise Ship Won’t Arrive Until Spring 2021

Royal Caribbean's Odyssey of the Seas cruise ship which is currently under construction has been delayed until Spring 2021.

Cruise Line Suspends Sailings Until Spring 2021

Celestyal Cruises has announced that its suspension of cruises is extended into early 2021 due to the ongoing international health crisis.