August cruise resumption played down by Carnival Corporation chief

Hopes of an August 1 restart of Carnival Cruise Line sailings have been played down by the boss of the company’s parent company. Carnival Corporation president and chief executive Arnold Donald described the fallout from Covid-19 as “devastating”. Ships would only sail when “it will be no greater risk, or even lower risk, than otherContinue reading “August cruise resumption played down by Carnival Corporation chief”

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Many Governments Failing Cruise Crew Repatriation

“The challenges in repatriating seafarers on cruise vessels around the world have highlighted the shortcomings of many governments in this worldwide crisis,” Lena Dyring, director of cruise operations for the Norwegian Seafarers Union, told Cruise Industry News. “These shortcomings have caused a toxic, compounding domino effect for seafarers who were and still are stuck on cruise shipsContinue reading “Many Governments Failing Cruise Crew Repatriation”

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Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports

The Carnival Dream will sail from Galveston starting Aug. 1. Carnival Cruise Line plans to resume service on Aug. 1 with sailings from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston on eight ships. Carnival is calling it the first phase of its resumption plan. The cruise line’s operations pause will extend in all other North American andContinue reading “Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports”

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