Three Cruise Lines Postpone Operations till November

The Coronavirus Pandemic has forced financial burdens onto millions of businesses worldwide, with specific industries being more affected than others. The cruising industry has found themselves one of the worst-hit, losing billions since March 2020. Multiple corporations are working diligently to resume operations & have been found unwilling to stand behind COVID-19 protocols. Employed personnel […]

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Enters Administration

The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted severe damage onto the cruising industry, as previously discussed on Sail Maluku Archipelago. It’s resulted in profit losses soaring for all companies operating a lineup of cruise ships, with some brands entering bankruptcy or administration. It’s been confirmed that Cruise & Maritime Voyages from the United Kingdom has been classified […]

Cruise Industry Begins Lobbying to Lift Restrictions

An emergency teleconference was managed by the Cruise Lines International Association over the weekend. Considered the most prominent regulator of cruising, the CLIA requested assistance from largescale operators to implement lobbyist strategies. CLIA Media Personnel didn’t provide details on which brands were contacted. It’s safe to assume that Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and […]

Birka Cruises Shuts Down Amid COVID-19

We’ve discussed diligently how the novel coronavirus pandemic is inflicting financial burdens onto all operators in the cruising industry. Largescale operators like Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Disney, and Norwegian have sustained their losses by reserve funds & other methods of earning profits during a pandemic. Smaller cruise lines haven’t been permitted this profitable opportunity, with another […]

European Union Makes Demands to Cruise Industry

The European Union has introduced guidance Measures for the Cruising Industry. These are recommendations for corporations like Carnival Cruises, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Lines. Designers of these measures hope that corporations will implement their recommendations, which ensure the safety & survival of onboard passengers. There’s a substantial chance that the European Union’s Guidance Measures […]

Carnival Selling Six Cruise Ships

Shocking advancements in the 2020 Cruising Industry have been confirmed. It was announced on June 19th that Carnival would sell a portion of their fleet, accounting for significant losses that’ve been sustained during the coronavirus pandemic. Carnival Cruises Ltd saw their funds deplete by $4.4 Billion in three months. It’s the most significant drop industry-wide […]

Variety Cruises Restarting Operations on July 24th

Vacations on the open waters aren’t specified towards large vessels, with a percentage of cruisers selecting smaller ships to enjoy their time off. The coronavirus pandemic forced companies operating these yachts, with small footprints not allowing these vessels to obtain the title of a cruise ship. Those that support this form of vacationing have desperately […]

Princess & Carnival Cruise Lines Sued in Los Angeles

The novel coronavirus infected millions worldwide, with a large percentage of these confirmed contractions leading back to cruise liners worldwide. It’s prompted multiple civilians to issue Class-Action Lawsuits in notable cruising zones in America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The most recent was released through the Los Angeles Supreme Court & indicates the Carnival Corporation, which […]

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