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NCL Crew Demand Shore Leave Restrictions to be Lifted

Nov 12, 2021

A week ago Crew Center published a letter sent by a crew member from the Norwegian Breakaway seeking information when NCL will allow its crew shore leave. Crew Center received a subsequent letter, this time from a crew member aboard the Norwegian Epic.

AIDA opens Canary Islands season with 3 cruise ships

Nov 12, 2021

Three AIDA cruise ships will take the route at the coast of West Africa and Madeira, visiting the incredible beauty of the Canary Islands this winter 2021/2022. AIDAmar started its first 7-day cruise on 7th of November, 2021 from Las Palmas to Gran Canaria. 20 more to follow until the end of March 2022, with Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote included in the itinerary.

P&O Australia cancels 2022 cruises from Adelaide, Cairns and Fremantle

Nov 11, 2021

The continuing uncertainty around the cruise industry in Australia and the government’s lack of action has forced P&O Cruises to make a massive cancellation on more voyages for the next year. The cruise line confirmed it had been forced to cancel its homeporting to three majour ports Adelaide, Fremantle and Cairns, at least for the first half of 2022.

Galveston Becomes Homeport of Another Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship

Nov 11, 2021

This week, Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas was welcomed to Galveston for the first time, where it is starting the series of cruises to the Western Caribbean. The vessel will join Liberty of the Seas, which has Galveston as a homeport, too.

In the period between July and the end of September 2021, Galveston has seen more than 168,000 visitors cruising out of the port.

New Princess Cruise Ship is Love at First Sight

Nov 10, 2021

On 9th of November, Princess Cruises presented the newest Medallion Class vessel-Enchanted Princess, showcasing the stunning interior designs and many more special features that offer the future guests unprecedented experience. The naming ceremony is to be broadcast on Monday, 13th of December on the Company’s Facebook page, their site Princess.com and YouTube channels, expecting for many more details about this beauty. 

Breaking News: Bravo Code on Jewel of the Seas in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean

Nov 10, 2021

Crew Center has been informed that Bravo Code was sounded on the Jewel of the Seas at this moment. The ship is now sailing across the Atlantic Ocean to Miami where it is scheduled to arrive on November 14. The vessel is in the middle of the Atlantic which is the worst place to have an emergency situation.

Spectrum of the Seas to Resume Cruises From Hong Kong After 21-Day Ban

Nov 10, 2021

Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas is getting ready to resume cruises once again from Hong Kong after the cruise ship was forced to cancel all sailings for 21 days. The ship is currently moored at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and will restart cruises to nowhere this Thursday.

Carnival Announces Carnival Radiance Senior Officers

Nov 09, 2021

The cruise ship Carnival Radiance is nearing its debut on the West Coast kicking off year-round voyages from the Long Beach Cruise Terminal on December 13, and Carnival Cruise Line today announced the senior office lineup.

Royal Caribbean’s CEO Richard Fain stepping down after more than three decades

Nov 09, 2021

Coping with the pandemic crisis and being the leading person of the world’s second-largest cruise company for 33 years, the 74-year old CEO Richard D. Fain is stepping down from this position at the very beginning of 2022. Fain said “it was the right time to step down” with most of the company’s ships operating and the group nearing a full return to cruising.

TUI Cancels Mein Schiff 5 Asia Cruises Until March 2022

Nov 09, 2021

TUI Cruises has stated that the deployment of the Mein Schiff 5 is cancelled and the vessel is out of commission. This means the capacity of 2,500 passengers will not be used for the sake of the Company. 

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