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It Has All Gone Wrong for the First Caribbean Cruise With Multiple COVID Cases

The first cruise to resume in the Caribbean has been hit with positive cases of COVID-19 and the SeaDream luxury vessel has now returned to port with guests and crew in lockdown.

Strong Booking Volume for 2022 World Cruise

Some positive news coming from Carnival-owned Seabourn with a strong booking volume for its "2022 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons."

Carnival-Owned Cruise Line Cancels Cruises Into Spring 2021

Seabourn, the ultra-luxury cruise line owned by the Carnival Corporation has cancelled cruises for three ships into Spring 2021.

Cruise Line Suspends Operations Into Spring 2021

The destination-focused and Royal Caribbean-owned Azamara has not just suspended operations for an extra month but in fact until Spring 2021.

Cruise Line Shatters Own World Cruise Booking Record Within Hours

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has shattered its own single-day world cruise booking record with its 2023 world cruise on Seven Seas Mariner.

Cruise Line Announces Record-Setting Bookings

Oceania Cruises has some good news for the industry with its Labor Day promotion setting a record in its cruise bookings.

Luxury Cruise Line Announces “Double Upgrade + Double Points” Promotion

Azamara which a luxury cruise line owned by Royal Caribbean has announced a new two-part promotion with added benefits for future guests.

Carnival’s Ultra-Luxury Cruise Line Cancels Additional Sailings

Carnival Corporation's Ultra-Luxury cruise line Seabourn has announced the cancellation of additional sailings impacting three cruise ships.

Cruise Line to Resume Sailings With “COVID-Safe Protocol” in July

Paul Gauguin Cruises has announced a return to service in July 2020 to Tahiti and French Polynesia with the m/s Paul Gauguin cruise ship.