Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings brands extend the suspension of sailings

Norwegian Sky leaving the Port of Miami, photo credit Dave Jones Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises have extended the suspension of all cruises until June 30. The Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings brands extended the current extension from May 11 as they bid to help stem the spread of Covid-19. TheContinue reading “Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings brands extend the suspension of sailings”

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Carnival expects Panorama’s cooking classes to sizzle

Occupying 1,350 square feet on the Panorama’s Deck 4, the Carnival Kitchen will feature nine cooking stations. Will guests who pick their vacation primarily for fun find it in a classroom? Carnival Cruise Line is about to find out. The line’s newest Fun Ship, the Carnival Panorama, will be it’s first to have a culinary studioContinue reading “Carnival expects Panorama’s cooking classes to sizzle”

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Two cruise lines regroup after Caribbean setbacks

Norwegian Sky outside Havana Port, Cuba. Two cruise companies affected by sudden upsets in the Caribbean and Bahamas region are slowly regaining their footing. For Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), the big blow was the abrupt end to U.S. cruises to Cuba in June. NCLH had bet heavily on Cuba’s reopening, scheduling not only shortContinue reading “Two cruise lines regroup after Caribbean setbacks”

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