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The mood among a panel of cruise line industry presidents was optimistic at CLIA’s Cruise360 conference last week.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner and chairman of the Sail Safe Global Health & Wellness Council, recently shared his outlook on COVID-19 and its future impact on society as a whole, as well as travel.
Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Seabourn have all confirmed that they will participate in the CDC's updated program for cruise ships operating in U.S. waters.
Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Line have restarted their operations this month following the industry-wide pause.
Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas became the first large cruise ship to sail into Alaska waters and officially end the state’s nearly two-year cruise drought.
The world watched last weekend as the first major cruise ship open to North Americans—the Celebrity Millennium—set sail from St. Maarten.
A new bill introduced by three U.S. Senators—two from Florida and one from Alaska—seeks to override the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s existing...
One of the biggest cruise trends this year is an itinerary based on destinations that are the more unusual and faraway, the better.
Looking for a corporate social responsibility opportunity? Join Norwegian Cruise Line in Miami this fall for an overnight event dubbed “the hottest ticket in town.”
Wellness at sea is just another day in the life for groups cruising with Norwegian Cruise Line.
The Regent Seven Seas Explorer is a painstakingly curated collection of all things beautiful.