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Cruise ship industry blasts 'vague' Foreign Office advice telling ALL tourists not to go on cruises

Cruise ship industry blasts 'vague' Foreign Office advice telling ALL tourists not to go on cruises

1 day ago   |   Mail Online

Culture minister Caroline Dinenage said the government wanted to be 'a little bit more secure' that ships will not be plunged into coronavirus hotbeds once again.
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Carnival Corp. CEO: Demand should be 'more than adequate' at the restart

1 day ago   |   Travel Weekly

In a call with analysts, CEO Arnold Donald said forward bookings include not only a number of future cruise credits but "substantial new bookings and even new-to-cruise bookings."
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U.K. advises Brits against cruise ship travel

1 day ago   |   Travel Weekly

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office's revised guidance follows recent advice against nonessential travel, except to exempted countries and territories.
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Carnival Corp. to eliminate 13 cruise ships and defer five more

1 day ago   |   Travel Weekly   |   2 articles

Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald said during a second quarter earnings call with analysts that the 13 ships represent a nearly 9% reduction in current capacity.
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Foreign Office urges holidaymakers to avoid cruise ships

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

New travel advice means many upcoming cruises could be cancelled or postponed Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage UK holidaymakers are being urged by...
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News: Antorcha appointed president of Holland America Line

1 day ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   2 articles

Carnival Corporation has announced two moves within its global leadership team as part of a broader effort to enhance operations and prepare for the eventual resumption of...
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News: Aida Cruises to return to operation next month

1 day ago   |   Breaking Travel News   |   2 articles

In a rare moment of good news for the cruise sector, Aida will begin sailing operations next month. Following an industry-wide pause in operations in mid-March, three of its...
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Want to see Alaska this summer? Try a small-ship cruise

2 days ago   |   LA Times

Small-ship companies American Cruise Lines and Uncruise Adventures hope to operate in Alaska this summer.
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Bed Bath & Beyond closing stores, cruises prepare to sail

2 days ago   |   ABC News

Bed Bath & Beyond plans to close about 200 stores over the next two years as its sales slid in the first quarter
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Gus Antorcha to lead Holland America Line

2 days ago   |   Travel Weekly

Antorcha was previously Carnival Cruise Line's COO. He replaces Orlando Ashford, who stepped down from Holland America Line in May.
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