Levine: ‘Support the Survival and Prosperity of the Cruise Industry’

The future of Miami is tied to the future of the cruise industry writes Phil Levine, the former mayor of Miami Beach and president and CEO of Royal Media Partners in an opinion article in the Miami Herald. Levine wrote that the cruise companies have provided Florida with more than 154,646 jobs, $7.7 billion in wagesContinue reading “Levine: ‘Support the Survival and Prosperity of the Cruise Industry’”

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Norwegian Cancels Sun Alaska Program; Drops Prices On Other Ships

Norwegian Cruise Line announced that the Norwegian Sun’s summer program, ranging from May 21 to October 18, has been cancelled, citing a fleet redeployment. The ship was poised to sail long itineraries to Alaska. Guests booked on Norwegian Sun departures from May 21 to August 12, 2020:will receive a refund in the form of aContinue reading “Norwegian Cancels Sun Alaska Program; Drops Prices On Other Ships”

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Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners

“While the numbers are changing daily and being closely monitored, right now, cruise departures for 2021 are leading with Europe as a top destination at 38% of the mix with a large focus on European River cruising, followed by the Caribbean making up 23% of the mix and Alaska trending with 15% according to theContinue reading “Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners”

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