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Updated August 2020
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Doug Parker gives weekly cruise news, ship reviews, money saving tips, answers your travel questions, and helps you make the most of your cruise vacation.
Cruise News Briefing - August 7, 2020. Norwegian cruise company CEO takes full responsibility for the outbreak onboard one of its ships. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian get one step closer to submitting plans to the CDC. Diamond Princess will not sail in Asia in 2021-22.
Cruise News Briefing - August 6, 2020. MSC Cruises details rapid covid testing, only cruise line sanctioned shore excursions and masks during a webinar with industry. Norway places a no sail order on cruise ships. Alaska requires new testing for out of state visitors.
We sit down with Carnival Corporation (CCL) CEO Arnold Donald on the current state of the cruise industry. We speak with Arnold about how cruising could look moving forward, what will really determine when the cruise ships can sail again, what the cruise industry resumption of service will look like, and vessels leaving the fleet. Sherry has cruise…
Cruise News Briefing - August 5, 2020. MSC Cruises has outlined new safety measures, including rapid testing on embarkation. The Norwegian government has placed a 14 day no sail order on cruise ships over 100 guests. And Costa Cruises is gearing up to sail, pending approval from Italy.
Cruise News Briefing - August 4, 2020. A Norwegian cruise company cancels are all sailings because of a COVID outbreak. Norwegian Cruise Line reclaims loyalty points that were given by mistake. And New Orleans is going to get a deeper harbor.
Cruise News Briefing - August 3, 2020. A cruise line in Norway is once again docked as COVID cases hit the ship. Carnival Corporation company postpones cruises until September. The only cruise line to Alaska this summer set sail over the weekend.
Over a dozen cruise ships have been sold off throughout the cruise industry shutdown, with more likely to come. But what happens to cruise ships once they are sold? What do they do with the equipment? How long does the deconstruction process take? Maritime historian and journalist Peter Knego drops in to answer our questions. Peter also shares deta…
Cruise News Briefing - August 2, 2020. Another cruise line cancels sailings until 2021. We learn more about the virus spread on Diamond Princess in February. And Antigua extends a hand to support local tourism businesses.
Cruise News Briefing - August 1, 2020. Florida cruise ships prepare for the upcoming hurricane. The Port of Seattle withdrew interest for a new cruise terminal. Small ship operator Uncruise Adventures plans to resume operations today.
Cruise News Briefing - July 31, 2020. Carnival Corporation says they will not be selling cruise lines. MSC invests in a shipyard. And Holland America Line changes a cruise ship's name.
Cruise News Briefing - July 30, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line cancels more cruises. Carnival Fantasy arrives at the scrapyard in Turkey. Carnival Corporation said they would be selling two more cruise ships, bringing the total to 15 today.
A 2020 review of Norwegian Cruise Lines Norwegian Gem. this was a 10-night cruise from New York City that went to the Southern Caribbean. Sherry has cruise news: First major cruise line sailed from Europe Norwegian Cruise Line extends suspension Carnival Fantasy ends her final voyage Cruise line debuts new safety drill Cruise line refund policies c…
Cruise News Briefing - July 29, 2020. Royal Caribbean Group brings in a new Chief Medical Officer. Cruise line refunds could soon be regulated. And a recent survey shows 50% of cruisers are ready to get onboard one cruise line.
Cruise News Briefing - July 28, 2020. AIDA cruise ship has crew member testing positive with no symptoms. Port Canaveral seeks federal funding to keep the operations running. Cruise line stocks were down on Monday.
Cruise News Briefing - July 27, 2020. Germany has officially returned to cruising. Asia is gearing up for a return-to-service. Luxury cruise line that sails from North America will be requiring masks.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have published 28 questions to the general public. We read the questions and tell you how you can respond with your answers. You may submit comments, identified by Docket No. CDC-2020-0087 by any of the following methods listed below. CDC does not accept comments by email. Federal eRulemaking Port…
Cruise News Briefing - July 25, 2020. Royal Caribbean Group introduces a new type of muster drill. Two former Royal Caribbean International ships arrive at the scrapyard. And the CDC is opening up the dialogue about the cruise industry.
Cruise News Briefing - July 24, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line confirms two ships are sold and two taken out of service. Royal Caribbean Group extends its cancellation policy. And Viking Cruises announces its 2021 World Cruise.
Cruise News Briefing - July 23, 2020. Conversations have started between the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and CLA. PortMiami is looking at issuing bonds for cruise terminal construction. And Grand Bahamas Island goes on lockdown.
PJ shares his experience of being on the last Disney Cruise Line ship before the industry shutdown. This is a seven-night review of Disney Fantasy that went down to the Eastern Caribbean with a stop at private island Castaway Cay. Sherry has cruise news: CDC extending the No Sail Order, again Carnival is almost done with crew repatriation Grand Bah…
Cruise News Briefing - July 22, 2020. UK cruise line shuts down that held a former Carnival Cruise Line ship. A river cruise line is blazing the way returning to service. A look at cruise line stocks.
Cruise News Briefing - July 21, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line gives an update of their mega-ship Mardi Gras. An Asia cruise line will start cruising next week. Florida-based cruise line delays again.
Cruise News Briefing - July 20, 2020. Bahamas bans U.S. citizens from entering. Carnival Cruise Line has over 26,000 crew members repatriated. And Norwegian Cruise Line and Carnival have both applied for new loans.
Cruise News Briefing - July 19, 2020. Holland America Line sold two of its vessels to a UK cruise line. Royal Caribbean is delaying its Oasis-class ship into China. And a Greek cruise line gets a Costa Cruises ship.
Cruise expert Stewart Chiron drops by the answer some listener questions. Matt Hochberg from Royal Caribbean Blog answer questions on Royal Caribbeans "Lift and Shift" program and the difference between a Quantum and Quantum Ultra class ship. 1. When a ship is said to be 130,000-tons, what does that mean? 2. We are seeing cruise lines like Princess…
Cruise News Briefing - July 18, 2020. A second Carnival Corporation ship has filed a voyage plan to the scrapyard. Royal Caribbean Group cancels cruises through October. And a down day for cruise line stocks.
Cruise News Briefing - July 17, 2020. The CDC has extended the cruise line's no sail order. Carnival Corporation apologizes for the delays in processing refunds. And a down day for cruise line stocks?
A review of Carnival Cruise Line's ship Carnival Sunrise for a Canada/New England itinerary. This ship used to be Carnival Triumph before it underwent a $200 million renovation in 2019. The ship splits time between New York, Virginia, and Florida. Sherry Laskin has cruise news on: This could be the end for Carnival Fantasy Key West looking to ban l…
Cruise News Briefing - July 16, 2020. Royal Caribbean Group says they don't plan on selling any cruise ships. Windstar Cruises will sail with new upgrades. And Viking Cruises plans to launch their Asia ship.
Cruise News Briefing - July 15, 2020. PortMiami continues to waive docking fees for cruise ships during the shutdown. Another European cruise line adds another cruise ship to its return-to-service plan. A Florida-based cruise line extends its cancellation of cruises.
Cruise News Briefing - July 14, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line's Fantasy-class flagship was reportedly sold. Carnival Corporation and the World Travel and Tourism Council team up for a public summit. And Royal Caribbean's former Monarch of the Seas arrives at the scrapyard.
Cruise News Briefing - July 13, 2020. Carnival Corporation could be ready to sail again in 30 days given the green light. Key West wants to ban mega-ships from docking at the Florida port. And A scathing report from the UK's largest travel agency blasts the government.
We talk to the granddaughter of the architect of the SS United States. At one time, this ship broke the speed record and went across the Atlantic Ocean in three days. Date: July 12, 2020
Cruise News Briefing - July 12, 2020. Europe is starting to sail mass-market cruise lines in August. Carnival Corporation gives figures on how they need to break even. Galveston gets road improvements along the cruise corridor.
Cruise News Briefing - July 11, 2020. Carnival Corporation announced the sale of 13 cruise ships in the coming month. Royal Caribbean purchases the final shares of Silversea Cruises. And Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited changes its name.
Cruise News Briefing - July 10, 2020. Holland America Line announced a new president of its brand. Bar Harbor, Maine cancels cruises for the rest of the year. Guidance in the United Kingdom says to avoid cruising.
A review of an 11-night cruise on Princess Cruises' Regal Princess. This was a Baltic cruise that sailed from Copenhagen with an overnight in St. Petersburg, Russia. Sherry Laskin has cruise news: Carnival Mardi Gras launched delayed and Carnival Radiance postponed Two cruise lines join forces to develop healthy protocols New EU cruise guides recom…
Cruise News Briefing - July 9, 2020. Grand Bahama Shipyard in Freeport, Bahamas expects to have a full third and fourth quarter. Carnival Corporation sells another cruise ship. A Kansas man was sentenced after an incident on Carnival Elation.
Cruise News Briefing - July 8, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line delays the upcoming mega-ship and a transformation of Carnival Victory. Carnival Corporation is looking for a shipyard to complete the work of Carnival Radiance. And two cruise ports in Spain receive the Safe Travel Stamp by the WTTC.
Cruise News Briefing - July 7, 2020. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have teamed up to develop health and safety protocols. Another cruise/ferry line in operation shuts down. And Costa Cruises goes in heavy with three cruise ships in Asia for 2021.
Cruise News Briefing - July 6, 2020. Puerta Vallarta, Mexico is starting phase one of reopening to tourism. A shipyard in Norway has filed for bankruptcy. And Royal Caribbean gives a final verdict on cruise ship buffets.
Cruise News Briefing - July 5, 2020. Two former Royal Caribbean ships could be scrapped soon. The European Union has released guidelines for when cruising resumes. And Virgin Voyages increases travel agent commissions.
Aside from wearing masks on a cruise ship, buffets at sea have been another hot button topic. Royal Caribbean first said they would not have one, and then backpedaled. Norwegian Cruise Line had a computer glitch that issued everyone extra loyalty points - will they honor or take away? Staff writer Richard Simms weighs in on both topics. Date: July …
Cruise News Briefing - July 4, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line guests found a surprise in their loyalty accounts. Costa Cruises has extended its cancellation of voyages. Viking Cruises puts 2023 Mississippi River cruises on sale year in advance.
Cruise News Briefing - July 3, 2020. Royal Caribbean has delayed the launch of Odyssey of the Seas. A Carnival Cruise Line ship came to the rescue of a boat in distress. And Royal Caribbean has over 90 percent of its crew repatriated.
A preview of what casinos at sea may look like after sailing a five-hour gambling trip. A look at what we saw with protocols and safety procedures. Sherry Laskin has cruise news: Carnival Corporation sells off a cruise ship during the shutdown Cruise ships head to the West Coast of North America MSC Cruises starts construction on a new class of shi…
Cruise News Briefing - July 2, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line officially canceled its Alaska 2020 cruise season. Greek cruise operator is canceling all voyages until the 2021 cruise season. A popular Carnival Cruise Line bar won a recent industry award.
Cruise News Briefing - July 1, 2020. MSC Cruises lays the keel on a new cruise ship due out in 2022. Crystal Cruises says refunds will take a bit longer. The first major cruise line returns to sailings in July.
Cruise News Briefing - June 30, 2020. Costa Cruises sells a ship to a shipyard in Italy. After filing for bankruptcy, a cruise line may be back. And crew members delivered home after spending 150 days at sea.
Cruise News Briefing - June 29, 2020. A report shows that cruise ships had more covid cases were present before the industry shutdown. Cruise crew are being further screened before going home. Norwegian ship arrives in Indian to drop off more crew members.