Terminal 3 at Port Canaveral

For months, we’ve discussed the downfalls cruising has experienced with Covid-19s pandemic. The culmination of those closures in America, Europe, the Caribbean, and Canada has devastated an entire industry. During the final week that we’ll discuss cruising for the foreseeable future, Sail Maluku Archipelago has set its eyes on Port Canaveral, Terminal 3. It’s the […]

Two Iconic Ships Sold by Royal Caribbean

Cruising worldwide hasn’t been permitted for nine months, eliminating vacations & relaxing entertainment for millions. Corporate entities maintaining ships that offer these cruises sustain billions in losses, forcing companies like the Royal Caribbean & Carnival LLC to retail their lineup of vessels. The sale of two iconic ships that’ve held prominence in the industry over […]

The Cruise Passenger Protection Act

Senator Richard Blumenthal sponsored the “Cruise Passenger Protection Act” earlier this year after learning of the numerous atrocities committed on these largescale vessels. The CPPA Legislation was approved by the American Senate on December 11th, requiring cruises to have trained physicians onboard & security cameras installed ship-wide in public locations. The legislation was supported alongside […]

Royal Caribbean & NCL on Credit Watch

Norwegian Cruise Lines & the Royal Caribbean Group have respectively confirmed that they’ve been placed into a credit watch. This follows after the creditors that sustain both Royal Caribbean & NCL have concerns about announced extensions. Both companies confirmed that their extending closures of onboard operations, with cases of Covid-19 rising drastically in America. Creditors […]

Carnival Cruises Postpones Sailing Till February 2021

Dedication towards resuming operations was issued to consumers by Carnival Cruises for months, with those promises eliminated following increases infections of coronavirus. PR Representatives with Carnival Cruises confirmed on December 4th that the operational status of their fleet remains postponed until February 2021. Internationally speaking, coronavirus infections are increasing into the winter months & Carnival […]

CDC Sets New Warnings for Cruise Ships

Warnings have been issued to Americans by the “United States Centers for Disease Control & Prevention” for sailing. It’s been advised that anyone wanting to travel on cruise ships should avoid that method of vacationing. This follows after new classifications were given to these vessels, with Level Four being initiated for November & December. Level […]

Royal Caribbean Announce 2021 Itinerary

International tourists learned that Royal Caribbean has redesignated their “Oasis Class Vessels” for 2022. Sailing regions for six ships were classified for dates that Royal Caribbean believes won’t sustain Covid Protocols. Vessels selected for the repurposed itinerary include: Symphony of the Seas. Harmony of the Seas. Oasis of the Seas. Liberty of the Seas. Explorer […]

SeaDream Experiences Covid Outbreak

The cruising industry is learning for a second time that voyages during the coronavirus pandemic cannot be sustained. Numerous vessels have returned to operation in the Mediterranean, Caribbean & European Union, with various reports indicating that cruise-liners are experiencing outbreaks of the coronavirus. It isn’t shocking when considering that health experts worldwide have warned operators […]

Royal Caribbean Details Strategy for Mock Voyages

It was first reported that CDC Personnel would board cruises to evaluate how operators could sustain reduced capacity without infection of Covid-19. Royal Caribbean is now saying that CDC Personnel won’t be required, with volunteer passengers being permitted. Mock voyages are required to understand which requirements are needed for eliminating the spread of coronavirus, with […]

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