SeaDream says demand is high for restart

SeaDream Yacht Club said that its first sailings following its operations pause have sold out. The small-ship line will begin sailing seven- and 12-day cruises out of Norway on June 20. SeaDream opened reservations last week and according to executive vice president Andreas Brynestad, the first voyage sold out in “a matter of days.” “TheContinue reading “SeaDream says demand is high for restart”

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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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MSC Announces Temporary Stop to Operations

MSC Cruises has announced the decision to temporary stop all its U.S.-based new cruises embarkations for 45 days until April 30. Pierfrancesco Vago, executive chairman of MSC Cruises, said: “This is not a decision we took lightly but under the current circumstances, the health and safety of our guests, crew and the communities ashore –Continue reading “MSC Announces Temporary Stop to Operations”

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