Almost all cruise ships in US waters have recently reported Covid-19 cases among the crew or passengers despite precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus such as testing, vaccination and mask-wearing.
Despite established stringent COVID-19 measures meant to keep ocean cruises free of the COVID-19 infection, Royal Caribbean reportedly observes that at least about 48 on one of its ships docked in Miami have tested positive.
China’s first-ever homegrown cruise vessel went floating on 17 December in the shipyard at the Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co Ltd, a notable step in the ship construction before delivery due in 2023.
Northern Xplorer AS (NX) is delighted to announce the launch of its zero-emission, luxury cruise concept that aims to open the door to unique communities, natural attractions and experiences in the Nordic countries using advanced eco-friendly vessels.
MSC Cruises celebrated the float out of its next flagship MSC Seascape at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, a traditional event as the ship owner and the shipbuilder of a new vessel come together to witness a ship touch water for the first time.
SCA has decided to raise transit fees for ships by 6% in 2022 compared to 2021 starting from February, Chairman of the SCA, Osama Rabea, stated on Thursday.
Travellers from Canada are finally free to go on a cruise vacation. On Monday, Omar Alghabra, the Transport Minister, lifted the interim ban that had been stopping cruise ships from Canadian waters.
Construction on Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International’s first ship powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG), is well underway. Watch the recent installation of the game-changing ship’s first LNG fuel tank, which is 307 tons and 90 feet long.
The 115th cruise ship of the MEYER Group will start the maneuver shortly after midnight with the passage of the Papenburg dock lock.