P&O Cruises sells Oceana

P&O Cruises ship Oceana has been sold and will not return to service when operations resume following the Covid-19 cancellation of sailings. The UK line confirmed that Oceana “will leave the fleet from July this year” but the identity of the buyer has not been revealed. Passengers with bookings on the ship will be offeredContinue reading “P&O Cruises sells Oceana”

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Cruise ship exodus from Alaska cuts very deeply

Only a few months ago, most talks about Alaska cruises revolved around the record season expected this summer and some concerns about over-tourism. Then came the coronavirus. Now, Princess Cruises and Holland America Line have cancelled most of their 2020 Alaska sailings and all land products. Sarah Leonard, CEO of the Alaska Travel Industry Association, called theContinue reading “Cruise ship exodus from Alaska cuts very deeply”

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Coronavirus: Royal Caribbean extends suspension of sailings

A suspension of sailings by all brands under the Royal Caribbean Cruises umbrella has been extended until the middle of May. The world’s second-largest cruise company originally paused all global operations on March 14 until April 11. That date was last night changed to an expected return to service on May 12. But Alaska, Canada andContinue reading “Coronavirus: Royal Caribbean extends suspension of sailings”

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