Following an unprecedented halt to travel, UnCruise Adventures will be the only small boat setting sail in Southeast Alaska this summer.
American Queen Steamboat Company has announced the American Countess Unsung Heroes Contest which recognizes frontline workers responding to COVID-19.
A COVID-19 Global Science Summit sponsored by Carnival Corporation and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) offered glimmers of hope.
Victory Cruise Lines, operated by American Queen Steamboat Company, a Hornblower Family Company, has created enhanced health and safety protocols to keep guests, crew and the communities the vessels visit safe in the face of COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean Group is replacing the safety drill with Muster 2.0, an entirely new approach to delivering safety information to guests.
Princess Cruises has announced its fall 2021 to spring 2022 cruise season, which is now open for sale. Guests sailing to the islands of the Caribbean or through the Panama Canal now have a diversity of itineraries and cruise ships to choose from.
Crystal Cruises has unveiled its global itineraries for Crystal Symphony’s 2023 season with 36 all-inclusive voyages of six to 15 nights that take guests on far-away journeys that span from exotic, tropical and remote retreats to culturally rich and deeply spiritual explorations.
When Riviera River Cruises returns to Europe’s waterways, there will be new health and safety policies and procedures in place.
Viking will launch a new ship next summer for its Magnificent Mekong cruisetour—the 80-guest Viking Saigon.