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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Carnival is selling 6 cruise ships after a $4.4 billion loss, a sign of the industry’s bleak future in the coronavirus pandemic

The Coral Princess, part of Carnival Cruises’ Princess Cruise line. Princess Cruises Carnival Cruises, which includes brands such as P&O, Princess Cruises and Cunard, is to sell 6 ships amid a downturn caused by the coronavirus crisis. The industry has been hammered by COVID-19 after multiple outbreaks occurred at sea, and ports around the world closedContinue reading “Carnival is selling 6 cruise ships after a $4.4 billion loss, a sign of the industry’s bleak future in the coronavirus pandemic”

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Cunard extends cancellations until November

Cunard is further extending the cancellation of cruises until November, blaming the continued impact of Covid-19. Flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria will have sailings cancelled until November 1 and Queen Elizabeth until November 23. The extension follows the sister brand extending its pause in operations until October 15. Cunard will be communicating withContinue reading “Cunard extends cancellations until November”

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