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Norwegian

Norwegian Extends Suspension of Voyages

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has extended its suspension of voyages to include all itineraries between Oct. 1 and Oct 31., 2020.
Victory Cruise LIne

Victory Cruise Lines Releases New Health and Safety Protocols 

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

Royal Caribbean Group Reinvents Cruise Industry’s Safety Drill

Royal Caribbean Group is replacing the safety drill with Muster 2.0, an entirely new approach to delivering safety information to guests.
Crystal

Crystal Unveils Crystal Clean+ Protocols

Crystal has revealed details of its health and safety protocols to be implemented on Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony once they resume sailing.
Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line Updates Fleet Plan

Carnival has announced new plans for its fleet, including the arrival of a second Excel-class in November 2022; and ships redeployed to new homeports.
Russia

Emerald Waterways — 2021 Season in Russia

River cruise line Emerald Waterways has opened its books on the 2021 river cruise season in Russia.
princess cruises

Princess Cruises 2021 & 2022 Itineraries to Caribbean & Panama Canal

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

Crystal Cruises Launches New Itineraries for 2023

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.
AmaWaterways

AmaWaterways Resumes European Sailings

River cruise line AmaWaterways has resumed operations in Europe with a series of charter sailings on board AmaKristina in Germany with local guests.
Riviera

Riviera River Cruises Prioritizes Health and Safety

When Riviera River Cruises returns to Europe’s waterways, there will be new health and safety policies and procedures in place.
Globus

Globus Unveils 2021 South America Itineraries

The Globus Family of Brands has revealed details of its 2021 itineraries in Central and South America, taking in Incan ruins and Andean mountain ranges.
Viking Saigon

Viking Saigon to Debut on the Mekong River Next Summer

Viking will launch a new ship next summer for its Magnificent Mekong cruisetour—the 80-guest Viking Saigon.
AmaWaterways

AmaWaterways’ Booking Incentive Program is Back

AmaWaterways has announced the return of its popular Sell Five, Sail Free booking incentive offering a complimentary seven-night cruise.
Seabourn

Earn Commission Now with Seabourn

Travel advisors can earn commission now when their clients take advantage of Seabourn's Early Bonus Savings promotion.
American Cruise Lines

American Cruise Lines Set to Sail in August

American Cruise Lines (ACL) had originally planned to start sailing again at the end of June, but with the ongoing fluid situation due to COVID-19, that has shifted to August.
American Queen Steamboat Company

AQSC Launches Heart of the Mississippi Cruise

The American Queen Steamboat Company has partnered with the American Heart Association to launch a new cruise departing on Valentine's Day 2021.
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to Resume Some Operations

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises plans to set sail again starting at the end of July 2020, with extensive hygiene and preventive measures in place.
Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises Announces Deployment Changes

Princess Cruises has announced changes to its deployment for summer 2021. Majestic Princess will visit Alaska and Regal Princess will return to Europe.
hurtigruten

Hurtigruten Returns with New Expedition Cruises

Hurtigruten has released its plans to further ramp-up operations with 14 of 16 ships returning in August and September.

Safety is Top of Mind for Cruise Lines

In this new sailing landscape, cruise lines are keeping safety top of mind, with new protocols that affect the entire sailing experience, but will instill confidence in your clients when cruising is back 100 percent. 
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