Can cruising go from Covid scapegoat to pandemic hero?

Diamond Princess in Japan In terms of economic and reputational damage, travel was the first industrial sector to fall victim to the coronavirus and is expected to be the last to recover. And among travel products, none has taken a harder reputational hit than cruising. But recently, a path to reputation restoration has opened, andContinue reading “Can cruising go from Covid scapegoat to pandemic hero?”

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Royal Caribbean brands extend cruise suspensions

Three Royal Caribbean Group brands have confirmed an extension to their suspension of cruises until September 15. The company’s Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara lines have pushed back their restart to the proposed date announced by Cruise Lines International Association last week. The announcement excludes sailings from China, which are suspended to theContinue reading “Royal Caribbean brands extend cruise suspensions”

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China could be first for cruise return

Shanghai at night photo credit Dave Jones China could be one of the first destinations that Carnival Corporation resumes sailings to, since it has already recommenced social gathering, according to chief executive Arnold Donald. The boss of the nine-brand cruising giant said: “The most important thing affecting our decision-making is that as long as there’sContinue reading “China could be first for cruise return”

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