TUI Expects to Restart Cruise Ships With Less Occupancy, More Changes

Tui’s new Mein Schiff 2 TUI Group has said it expects to restart cruise service this summer, but with less occupancy. The company, which oversees the TUI, Hapag-Lloyd and Marella brands, said the changes will start at boarding, with new health questionnaires. screening preboarding and staggered boarding groups. The company also said it plans toContinue reading “TUI Expects to Restart Cruise Ships With Less Occupancy, More Changes”

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TUI Poised to Be Biggest Premium European Cruise Line

Mein Schiff 6 The runaway growth from TUI Cruises targeting German cruise passengers will have an unintended effect for the cruise line: it will become the biggest operator in Europe offering a premium level product experience in the near future. Come 2019, the brand will have a fleet of six modern large Mein Schiff ships,Continue reading “TUI Poised to Be Biggest Premium European Cruise Line”

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Royal Caribbean and Ctrip to Kill SkySea Brand

Royal Caribbean Cruises and Ctrip announced that they are ending the SkySea Cruise Line joint venture, which has carried well over 200,000 Chinese passengers since launching service in 2015. The two companies had formed the joint venture in 2014 and installed a new management team early last year, led by Ken Muskat, CEO. Despite a number of positiveContinue reading “Royal Caribbean and Ctrip to Kill SkySea Brand”

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