MGM and Wynn resorts in Las Vegas are temporarily shutting down amid concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19).
American Queen Steamboat Company has announced that it will immediately suspend operations across all ships and will resume service on April 12.
CLIA ocean-going cruise lines will be voluntarily and temporarily suspending cruise ship operations from and to U.S. ports of call for 30 days.
Travel Leaders Group, commends the cruise industry for protecting commissions for travel advisors on cancelled and rebooked sailings.
The Scenic Group announced it will temporary suspend all European river cruise operations on its Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Emerald Cruises and Evergreen Cruises & Tours brands until April 30, 2020.
AmaWaterways is delaying its European sailing season with a new scheduled start of April 26, 2020, and in addition, is ensuring commission protection.
Virgin Voyages has moved the inaugural season of the Scarlet Lady to July due to the global health crisis, with its maiden voyage slated for Aug. 7.
The Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau, a new beachfront resort in the Bahamas’ capital, is opening in June with 155 rooms.
Princess Cruises pauses ship operations for 60 days with the health, safety, and well-being of its guests, team members and communities in mind.