When Royal Caribbean Ships May Start Sailing Again

Royal Caribbean International has announced an¬†extension of its pause of service¬†through mid-June, also making changes to the Alaska and Canada/New England seasons. A look at the expected first sailing of each Royal Caribbean ship as the cruise industry gets back into service (all information is subject to change due to the COVID-19 crisis): Adventure ofContinue reading “When Royal Caribbean Ships May Start Sailing Again”

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How Carnival and Royal Caribbean Are Rejuvenating Their Fleets

Royal Caribbean will introduce Music Hall to Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. Credit: 2019 Royal Caribbean International As cruise competitors seek the attention of new and returning clientele, the trend for lines to offer the best in deck attractions, fine dining and world-class entertainment continues. New and ever-grander ships are onContinue reading “How Carnival and Royal Caribbean Are Rejuvenating Their Fleets”

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Damage to Bahamas shipyard leaves cruise lines scrambling

The aft end of the Carnival Vista on the Boka Vanguard at the Grand Bahama Shipyard. Damage to a drydock facility at the Grand Bahama Shipyard in the Bahamas is proving inconvenient and expensive for the cruise industry, and it demonstrates how few drydock options exist on the U.S. East Coast. The damaged drydock, theContinue reading “Damage to Bahamas shipyard leaves cruise lines scrambling”

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