In the latest key industry update, Carnival Cruise Line is expecting to
operate full ships at 110 percent occupancy this summer.
Other keys news includes the recent Disney Wish,
expanding the company’s fleet from four ships to five. Two more newbuilds follow in 2024 and 2025.
21 more cruise ships are restarting in June –
learn more here.
It’s part of the June back in service plan, which includes 365 ships sailing from over 80 brands globally.
The cruise industry’s restart is picking up for April with
300 ships now in service.
Here are the
47 ships entering service for the month. Additional key industry highlights:
Heading into mid January, here are the latest key headlines:
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has significantly relaxed its cruise ship regulations for passengers and crew that have been vaccinated against COVID-19, paving the way for a quick U.S. restart.
Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises and Holland America Line are poised to restart service in Alaska this summer.
The Marine Hotel Association (MHA) went virtual for its 36th annual conference and trade show.
Here are the conference sessions:
Getting Back Into Service:
Dr. Carlos Del Rio Keynote:
Meet the Industry:
It’s been a busy April for the global cruise industry. Here are some of the top headlines.
A number of cruise lines are planning restarts and some have required vaccines.
See who they are.
Industry leaders have also called on CDC officials to
drop their conditional sail order.
Check out the 40 new luxury cruise ships that are going to be entering service over the next few years.