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Carnival Corp. facing extra environmental hurdle before its ships can sail, per court order
October 23, 2020
The environmental certification for each Carnival Corp. ship must be signed by the company's CEO, Arnold Donald.
       
Rally at Port Canaveral pushes return to cruises by ending federal 'no-sail' order
October 22, 2020
"It's been too long," says Longshoreman Bobby Deriso. "We're ready to go back to work. We need to put food back on the table."
       
'Violated protocols': Cruiser on Carnival Corp. ship blocked from boarding over COVID-19 rules
October 22, 2020
A passenger traveling on AIDA Cruises' AIDAblu was not allowed to reembark after disobeying cruise line protocol on an excursion.
       
Disney Wish cruise ship's debut delayed by COVID-19 issues at shipyard
October 25, 2020
Disney now plans to introduce its first ship powered by liquefied natural gas in summer of 2022 because of construction delays at shipyard in Germany.
       
Eight passengers test positive for COVID-19 on Costa Cruises ship
October 16, 2020
Eight passengers who sailed on Costa Cruises' Costa Diadema in Italy have tested positive for COVID-19.
       
Chloe Wiegand's grandfather pleads guilty in toddler's cruise ship death, won't serve time
October 15, 2020
Sam Anello has pleaded guilty in the cruise ship death of his granddaughter Chloe Wiegand. But he won't serve jail time.
       
Congress probing White House influence over CDC's cruise 'no-sail' order
October 15, 2020
A congressional subcommittee is investigating possible White House interference in the CDC's "no-sail" order for cruise ships.
       
Cruise line CEOs talk with Vice President Pence; industry adopts recommendations for how to restart sailing
October 11, 2020
Vice President Mike Pence met with the cruise industry executives and the CDC Friday to discuss the resumption of sailing in U.S. waters.
       
'Every reason to be optimistic': Carnival Corp. CEO expects to resume US sailing before year end
October 08, 2020
Arnold Donald, the CEO of Carnival Corp., expects that the company's cruise lines will be sailing by the end of the year in U.S. waters.
       
Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, MSC cancel cruises through November, past CDC's 'no-sail' order
October 07, 2020
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian cruise lines will not sail at all in November despite the White House and CDC giving cruising the green light to restart Nov. 1.
       
When cruising comes back, will the buffet return with it? Here's what the cruise lines say
October 07, 2020
One question that remains unanswered about the resumption of cruising in November: Will the buffet, a cruise ship staple, ever return?
       
Cruise ships worldwide with more than 250 people will test all passengers, crew for COVID-19
October 06, 2020
Cruise ships that carry upward of 250 passengers have committed to testing everyone for COVID-19 ahead of boarding. Testing will be done worldwide.
       
CDC 'no-sail' order extension official: Cruise ships will not sail in U.S. waters until Nov. 1
October 01, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday it is extending its "no-sail" order for the U.S. cruise industry through Oct. 31.
       
'It was just like a nightmare': Baby sick on Royal Caribbean ship had to get multiple amputations, lawsuit says
October 05, 2020
The Moon family's harrowing cruise ordeal included a very sick infant daughter. Five futile infirmary visits. And eventually three amputations.
       
'False alarm': Cruise crew who tested positive for COVID-19 in Greece got 3 more tests, all negative
September 29, 2020
The Mein Schiff 6, operated by TUI Cruises, began its trip in Heraklion on the southern Greek island of Crete on Sunday night.
       
The cruise industry will implement these COVID-19 precautions: testing, masks, ventilation, more
September 21, 2020
The cruise industry has announced mandatory changes designed to make it safe to sail during the COVID-19 pandemic – ideally by the end this year.
      
Cruise industry unveils mandatory rules for safe sailing during COVID-19 pandemic
September 21, 2020
Cruise Lines International Association, which represents 95% of the cruise industry, introduced mandatory requirements to be able to set sail again.
      
Tests, masks, temperature checks: 'Healthy Sail Panel' submits 74 COVID-19 cruise recommendations to CDC
September 21, 2020
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian's "Healthy Sail Panel" published a set of 74 recommendations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on cruise ships.
      
'Failing or close to it': Environmental organization gives cruise industry poor report card
September 17, 2020
The cruise industry has come under fire for its negative environmental impact for years. 2020 appears to be no different.
      
Six months into pandemic pause, Carnival cancels more cruises into spring 2021
September 17, 2020
Carnival Cruise Line will sell Carnival Fascination and Carnival Imagination, the line announced. It also canceled some cruises into spring 2021.
      
AIDA Cruises moves up restart date to Oct. 17 with cruises departing from Italy
September 16, 2020
AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., has moved up its restart date. The line plans to resume cruising in the Mediterranean on Oct. 17.
      
AIDA Cruises pushes back planned restart, will not sail until November
August 28, 2020
German cruise line AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of cruise giant Carnival Corp., has pushed back its restart date to Nov. 1.
      
British cruise line Cunard won't sail until spring 2021, with some cruises canceled into May
August 25, 2020
British cruise line Cunard, a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., has extended its pause in operations until spring 2021 with some sailings canceled into May.
      
Costa Cruises to require cruise passengers to test negative for COVID-19 ahead of boarding
August 25, 2020
Costa Cruises, the Italian line which is a subsidiary of cruise giant Carnival Corp., will require its passengers to have a negative COVID-19 test result prior to boarding.
      
MSC Cruises says family denied reboarding after they broke COVID-19 'social bubble'
August 20, 2020
MSC Cruises cracked down on passengers who broke newly implemented health and safety protocols during a shore excursion.
      
 
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