Cruise lines are not resorting to rock-bottom pricing

By Johanna Jainchill Cruise lines and Wall Street analysts report that cruise pricing, for the most part, has not gotten to the low levels seen after the fallout of the 9/11 attacks and the 2008 recession. To be sure, there are deals out there, and some executives have said that Covid-era prices have fallen acrossContinue reading “Cruise lines are not resorting to rock-bottom pricing”

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A crucial part of the cruise restart: Lines and ports must agree on health protocols

Carnival Cruise Line ships in Cozumel, Mexico. As it works towards a restart, the cruise industry must work with port authorities and governments to agree on health protocols. As cruising looks to resume operations after the┬ácoronavirus-induced industry halt, it faces challenges unique to an industry in which the majority of its ships touch multiple nationsContinue reading “A crucial part of the cruise restart: Lines and ports must agree on health protocols”

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Class Action Suits Face Uphill Battle Against Cruise Lines

The Grand Princess cruise ship carrying passengers who have tested positive for coronavirus arrives in San Francisco Bay, California, U.S. March 9, 2020. REUTERS/Fred Greaves After two passengers on their luxury cruise tested positive for Covid-19 in March, Emilio and Barbara Hernandez were so frantic to get off the ship, they wrote a note toContinue reading “Class Action Suits Face Uphill Battle Against Cruise Lines”

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