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Royal Caribbean will offer 'fully vaccinated' cruise with sailings starting in Israel
March 02, 2021
Royal Caribbean's new ship, Odyssey of the Seas, is set to debut with departures from Israel with all passengers and crew over age 16 vaccinated.
      
Virgin Voyages cancels cruises until July; Holland America, Princess scrap Canadian cruises
March 03, 2021
Virgin Voyages is one in a long list of cruise lines pushing back their restart date in U.S. waters.
      
Congress urges Canada to reevaluate banning cruises until 2022
February 28, 2021
A U.S. congressional committee has asked Canada to reevaluate its ban on cruises, which prohibits ships from sailing in Canadian waters until 2022.
      
Costa, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian aim to require crew to get COVID-19 vaccines before boarding cruise ships
February 24, 2021
Costa Cruises, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian will probably require crew members to be vaccinated before returning to work on their ships.
      
Disney Cruise Line cancels sailings until June as COVID-19 continues to spread
February 24, 2021
Disney announced Wednesday that it would cancel all sailings through May with additional cancellations in August and potentially after, too.
      
River cruising was gaining popularity when COVID-19 hit. Is the smaller-ship experience even more appealing now?
February 23, 2021
River cruising has been gaining popularity but is ocean cruising's counterpart seeing a higher rise in interest thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic?
      
Canada bans cruise ships into 2022 as COVID-19 pandemic continues
February 05, 2021
No cruise ships will be able to sail in Canada until March 1, 2022, as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
      
What are the best cruise lines and ships? Vote now
February 03, 2021
How do you cruise?
      
These cruise ships are set to debut in 2021
January 05, 2021
After having to sit out most of 2020, cruise lines like Celebrity, Virgin Voyages and Viking are preparing to launch new ships in the new year.
      
'I am ecstatic': COVID-19 vaccine inspires confidence among cruise passengers, industry
December 23, 2020
With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout starting, cruisers along with the industry and health authorities have voiced confidence in getting back to sea.
      
Royal Caribbean 'cruise to nowhere' ends after passenger tests positive for COVID-19 but later confirmed negative
December 10, 2020
An elderly passenger on board a Royal Caribbean "cruise to nowhere" falsely tested positive for COVID-19.
     
Exclusive: Virgin Voyages cancels cruises on its first ship into May, more than a year past launch date
December 10, 2020
Virgin Voyages has moved the launch of its first ship, the Scarlet Lady, to May 9, which is more than a year after its planned launch.
     
'Pent-up demand': With bookings strong for late 2021, many cruisers are ready to sail
December 07, 2020
While the industry prepares to return to U.S. waters with new coronavirus health and safety precautions, are cruisers raring to get back to sea?
     
Disney, MSC, Carnival, Norwegian cancel cruises into 2021 amid COVID-19 pandemic
December 04, 2020
Four Carnival Corp. subsidiaries, as well as Disney Cruise Line, have canceled cruises well into next year because of COVID-19.
     
MSC Cruises, Costa Cruises cancel Christmas, New Year's sailings in Italy amid COVID-19
December 04, 2020
Costa Cruises, the Italian line that is a subsidiary of cruise giant Carnival Corp., will not be sailing this Christmas or New Year's Eve.
     
CDC raises warning against cruise travel to highest level, strengthens international flight guidelines
November 22, 2020
The CDC has issued a Level 4 travel notice advising that "all people" should avoid cruise ships worldwide because of a "very high" COVID risk.
     
'Devastating impact': Cruise industry says 254,000 American jobs, $32 billion in economic activity lost
November 19, 2020
Amid 2020's cruising shutdown, the industry estimates it will contribute less than half to the U.S. economy than it did in 2019.
     
SeaDream cruise line cancels remaining 2020 sailings after cluster of cases onboard ship
November 18, 2020
SeaDream Yacht Club has canceled its remaining cruises scheduled to sail in 2020.
     
Passengers disembark from Caribbean cruise that had COVID-19 cases
November 16, 2020
Passengers on the SeaDream I cruise ship with at least seven COVID-19 cases disembarked in Barbados over the weekend and flew home.
     
'CDC is putting American lives at risk': Members of Congress call for CDC to reinstate cruise 'no-sail' order
November 13, 2020
Two members of Congress are calling for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to reinstate its cruise "no-sail" order.
     
'We were surprised': At least seven passengers positive for COVID-19 on SeaDream cruise ship
November 13, 2020
SeaDream Yacht Club's SeaDream I ended its trip early after at least seven passengers tested positive for COVID-19, officials said.
     
 
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