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Updated July 2020
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Doug Parker gives weekly cruise news, ship reviews, money saving tips, answers your travel questions, and helps you make the most of your cruise vacation.
Cruise News Briefing - July 8, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line delays the upcoming mega-ship and a transformation of Carnival Victory. Carnival Corporation is looking for a shipyard to complete the work of Carnival Radiance. And two cruise ports in Spain receive the Safe Travel Stamp by the WTTC.
Cruise News Briefing - July 7, 2020. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have teamed up to develop health and safety protocols. Another cruise/ferry line in operation shuts down. And Costa Cruises goes in heavy with three cruise ships in Asia for 2021.
Cruise News Briefing - July 6, 2020. Puerta Vallarta, Mexico is starting phase one of reopening to tourism. A shipyard in Norway has filed for bankruptcy. And Royal Caribbean gives a final verdict on cruise ship buffets.
Aside from wearing masks on a cruise ship, buffets at sea have been another hot button topic. Royal Caribbean first said they would not have one, and then backpedaled. Norwegian Cruise Line had a computer glitch that issued everyone extra loyalty points - will they honor or take away? Staff writer Richard Simms weighs in on both topics. Date: July …
Cruise News Briefing - July 5, 2020. Two former Royal Caribbean ships could be scrapped soon. The European Union has released guidelines for when cruising resumes. And Virgin Voyages increases travel agent commissions.
Cruise News Briefing - July 4, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line guests found a surprise in their loyalty accounts. Costa Cruises has extended its cancellation of voyages. Viking Cruises puts 2023 Mississippi River cruises on sale year in advance.
Cruise News Briefing - July 3, 2020. Royal Caribbean has delayed the launch of Odyssey of the Seas. A Carnival Cruise Line ship came to the rescue of a boat in distress. And Royal Caribbean has over 90 percent of its crew repatriated.
Cruise News Briefing - July 2, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line officially canceled its Alaska 2020 cruise season. Greek cruise operator is canceling all voyages until the 2021 cruise season. A popular Carnival Cruise Line bar won a recent industry award.
A preview of what casinos at sea may look like after sailing a five-hour gambling trip. A look at what we saw with protocols and safety procedures. Sherry Laskin has cruise news: Carnival Corporation sells off a cruise ship during the shutdown Cruise ships head to the West Coast of North America MSC Cruises starts construction on a new class of shi…
Cruise News Briefing - July 1, 2020. MSC Cruises lays the keel on a new cruise ship due out in 2022. Crystal Cruises says refunds will take a bit longer. The first major cruise line returns to sailings in July.
Cruise News Briefing - June 30, 2020. Costa Cruises sells a ship to a shipyard in Italy. After filing for bankruptcy, a cruise line may be back. And crew members delivered home after spending 150 days at sea.
Cruise News Briefing - June 29, 2020. A report shows that cruise ships had more covid cases were present before the industry shutdown. Cruise crew are being further screened before going home. Norwegian ship arrives in Indian to drop off more crew members.
Cruise News Briefing - June 28, 2020. Carnival Corporation has borrowed another $2 billion dollars. Charter cruise guests want their money back. And a new cruise line is scheduled to launch by December.
We answer your listener questions on this weekend's episode of Cruise Radio Rewind. What is the best way to get from San Pedro cruise port to Los Angelos airport? Is an overnight stay on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California worth it? Where can we find an affordable hotel somewhere near Port Canaveral? If the cruise line books my air, does it pr…
Cruise News Briefing - June 26, 2020. Virgin Voyages ship Scarlet Lady is heading back to Europe to disembark crew members. Norwegian Cruise Line detailed its future safety protocols in a video released earlier this week. And river cruise operator American Cruise Line resumes cruises this month.
A review of Carnival Conquest on a seven-night cruise from Port Miami. This sailing went to the Eastern Caribbean with stops in Amber Cove, Grand Turk, San Juan, and St. Thomas. Sherry has cruise news: More cruise lines announced cancellations Nassau, Bahamas could get strict on cruise passengers Rapid covid testing could be coming to a cruise line…
Cruise News Briefing - June 25, 2020. Nassau, Bahamas says cruise passengers could be kept on a tight leash. A woman was fired from an ad agency because she did not like a cruise ship ad. And a cruise vessel was sold at an auction for $600,000.
Cruise News Briefing - June 24, 2020. Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises extended their cruise cancellation. A European cruise ship saved a lot of pollution by plugging into shore power. And MSC Cruises said that double dips at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve are in the future.
Cruise News Briefing - June 23, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line has extended its cancellations through September. MSC Cruises is bringing a big ship to Port Canaveral. And a cruise line filed for bankruptcy because of the pandemic.
Cruise News Briefing - June 22, 2020. The first Carnival Corporation cruise ship has reportedly been sold. Royal Caribbean is ditching Venice as a homeport in 2021. And two Carnival Cruise Line employees assist in an inflight emergency.
Masks, social distancing, modified or no buffets, elevators, casinos, there are a lot of potential deal-breakers when it comes to cruising as the industry ramps up again. Cruise Radio Staff Writer Richard Simms and Host of the Always Be Booked Podcast, Tommy Casabona weighs in. Date: June 21, 2020
Cruise News Briefing - June 21, 2020. Another cruise line suspension was announced on Friday, extending into September. Another European cruise line resumes sailings. And Alaska is starting to plan for the 2021 cruise season.
Cruise News Briefing - June 20, 2020. Carnival Corporation breaks down its second-quarter earnings statement. Puerto Rico opens for tourism in July. And another river cruise operator resumes service in Northern Europe.
Cruise News Briefing - June 19, 2020. Carnival Corporation announced on Thursday that they will be selling six of its ships across multiple brands. Norwegian Cruise Line said they will not bring Pride of America to Hawaii. And Virgin Voyages rolls out new health and safety protocols.
A Panama Canal cruise review aboard Princess Cruises' Caribbean Princess. This was a roundtrip voyage from Port Everglades. Mary first sailed Caribbean Princess back in 2005, she compares and contrasts the vessels over the past 15 years. Sherry Laskin has cruise news: Norwegian Cruise Line cancels additional sailings Bankrupt cruise ship goes to au…
Cruise News Briefing - June 18, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled all of its sailings in August. Carnival Corporation CEO said that cruise deals moving forward could be few and far between. Paul Gauguin Cruises will resume voyage in July.
Cruise News Briefing - June 17, 2020. A cruise ship is going up for auction next week. Iceland is back open to visitors. Royal Caribbean cruise ship crew members are one step closer to going home in Trinidad.
Cruise News Briefing - June 16, 2020. Virgin Voyages' second cruise ship floated out of the shipyard late last week. Indian crew members are staging a protest and hunger strike to get home. Costa Cruises could return ships back to service in the summer.
Cruise News Briefing - June 15, 2020. There's still no word when cruise ships will be able to return to service. Crystal Cruises is moving one of its luxury ships closer to the southeast. And Panama is assisting in getting crew members home.
We get a detailed review of Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Joy. Joy was first launched for the Asian market, in 2018, the cruise line announced that the ship would move from Asia to North America. The first North American cruise season, the ship sailed Alaska and then the Mexican Riveria. Date: June 14, 2020…
Cruise News Briefing - June 14, 2020. Holland America Line has canceled another round of sailings from Vancouver due to the port shutdown. The Bahamas is going back and forth about a reopening plan.
Cruise News Briefing - June 13, 2020. Royal Caribbean does not plan to pursue masks. 10,000 Indian crew members are heading home. Cruise line stocks were up on Friday.
Cruise News Briefing - June 12, 2020. Viking Ocean Cruises' upcoming ship has reached a construction milestone. MSC Cruises is looking to staff ships for a summer startup. And another European cruise port reopens for cruisers.
Cruise News Briefing - June 11, 2020. Royal Caribbean is deploying a Quantum-class ship to Australia. Norwegian Cruise Line cancels a ship through February 2021. And Jamaica is set to reopen its borders next week.
A 2020 review of MSC Grandiosa. This was a Mediterranean cruise that was cheaper than a lot of his other vacation options. Sherry has cruise news: Royal Caribbean announces delays and cancellations Good news for 3,000 Carnival Cruise Line crew members A cruise line will be sailing from Port Canaveral for the first time Norwegian Cruise Line talks m…
Cruise News Briefing - June 10, 2020. Royal Caribbean announced more dry dock delays. Cunard Line cancels more cruises. And Alaska requires COVID testing in order to enter the state.
Cruise News Briefing - June 9, 2020. Royal Caribbean employees head back to work. A cruise line has reduced its hold times. German guests who have been stuck at sea for over three months have finally made it home.
Cruise News Briefing - June 8, 2020. The World Tourism Council has given one European country the seal of approval for travel. China will be doing cruises to nowhere when Asia begins sailing again. Grand Cayman has the new cruise pier on hold.
We discuss picking and booking a cruise ship stateroom. Every person has a different strategy when it comes to booking a stateroom. Cruise Radio Staff Writer Richard Simms and Always Be Booked Podcast Host Tommy Casabona weigh in on the cruise ship cabins.
Cruise News Briefing - June 7, 2020. Royal Caribbean seeks more funding. Carnival Corporation brand plans to sail cruises from Germany this summer. And a French cruise line is returning to service on July 4.
Cruise News Briefing - June 6, 2020. Royal Caribbean will start opening its Miami offices back up soon. There's a demand for cruising in Northern Europe this summer. Another new ship was launched during the cruise industry shutdown.
Cruise News Briefing - June 5, 2020. MSC Cruises cancels additional cruises and announces a new homeport. Norwegian Cruise Line extends pay cuts into the fall. Royal Caribbean delivers more crew home.
Cruise News Briefing - June 4, 2020. Carnival Cruise Line dropped off 3,000 more crew members in Europe from two cruise ships. Cruise ships will soon be graded on illness outbreaks. A luxury cruise line announced 86 more itineraries.
We get a review of Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Star. This was a seven-night cruise that sailed round trip from Venice. Richard has cruise news: Norwegian's return-to-cruising health details Canada extending its cruise ship ban Carnival Cruise Line doubling down on thermal imaging cameras River cruising is back So is ocean cruising in Asia Lis…
Cruise News Briefing - June 3, 2020. Royal Caribbean announced the cancellation of the Alaska and Canada New England cruise season. Carnival Cruise Line will have new infrared thermal readers to detect fevers. Norwegian Cruise Line is using new medical-grade air filters.
Cruise News Briefing - June 2, 2020. More cruise members are disembarked in the Caribbean across multiple cruise lines. Another river cruise line is returning to cruising in June. Carnival Cruise Line gave detail on when Faster to the Fun could resume.
Cruise News Briefing - June 1, 2020. The 2020 cruise season for Halifax, Nova Scotia is officially canceled. Windstar Cruises will bring its ships closer to US homeports in 2021. And another blow for Ruby Princess down under.
Cruise News Briefing - May 31, 2020. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season is soon upon us. Oceania Cruises details a new marketing campaign. And a look at Friday's closing bell on Wall Street.
Where is my cruise refund? That is a question that is being asked by thousands of people. Are the cruise lines really doing the best they can or are they holding on to your money until the last minute possible? After all, the Fair Credit Bill Act The FCBA has set strict guidelines for creditors to follow that protect consumers. Date: May 31, 2020…
Cruise News Briefing - May 30, 2020. Viking Cruises cancels additional sailings. The government of Canada says no to cruise ships. And Princess Cruises details its 2022 World Cruise.