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Latest News...Consistent with the decision announced today by the members of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) to voluntarily extend the pause in U.S. cruise embarkations until Oct. 31, 2020, Carnival Cruise Line has informed guests and travel advisors that we have cancelled all cruises scheduled to embark between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31. Guests are being offered an enhanced value package of a future cruise credit and onboard credit, or a full refund.....

Latest News...Carnival Corporation today announced agreements with maritime reclamation and recycling specialists EGE CELIK and SIMSEKLER to responsibly dismantle and recycle two retired ships scheduled to leave its fleet. The move comes as part of the company's strategy for a phased resumption of cruise vacations with specific ships and brands returning to service over time...

Latest News...In honor of some of the most memorable ships in Holland America Line's nearly 150-year history, the premium cruise line is changing the name of its newbuild from Ryndam to Rotterdam and designating it the new flagship of the fleet. The seventh ship to bear this historic name, Rotterdam will be delivered one year to the date on July 30, 2021, pushed back slightly from its original delivery of May 2021 due to the global health situation....

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Ocean Liners and Classic Cruise Ships FUTURE CLASSIC CRUISE SHIPS in year 2020 by desirod7     (post # 51)
Well we are halfway through 2020
ShipMates Who's Booked 2013 - 2020 by rem-dk     (post # 36)
September 2019, Copenhagen to Barcelona Spain. 10 nights on Costa Favolosa.Best regardsRené
Cruise Ships Titanic II by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 2)
I have just updated the bog and added some more articles and news items.Enjoy!
Cruise Ships Odyssey Delayed by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
Royal Caribbean International’s new Odyssey of the Seas is officially delayed, and won’t be delivered as anticipated this autumn.Originally, the ship was to be delivered in November 2020. The ship is now scheduled to enter service in ...
Cruise Lines CMV, financial & crew challenges by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
Cruise & Maritime Voyages, the UK cruise line, are facing some serious challenges at present:Link: https://malcolmoliver.wordpress.com/
Cruise Ships Valiant Lady Float-Out by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
Virgin Voyages’ second newbuild, the Valiant Lady, was floated out recently at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.She will sail seven-night Mediterranean itineraries out of Barcelona, Spain when she debuts in May 2021.Virgin will ...
Cruise Ships Cruise ships in Olden and Geiranger 2018 by Galaxy     (post # 8)
The cruise season 2018 was ended at october 31 when the last ship Magellan from CMV was visiting us.In august the brand new vessel from Ponant Le Lapèrouse was visiting us,and a few weeks later the news that the second vessel Le Champlain who ...
Cruise Ships MSC Europa Keel Laying by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
29/06/20: A ceremony took place at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in France, when steel was cut and the keel was laid for MSC Cruises’ first 'World Class' ship, MSC Europa. Her delivery is planned for 2022. The tradition was ...
Cruise Ships Carnival to sell at least 6 ships by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
See my blog here:https://wp.me/pfRKD-7PKSo which ships do we think?
Cruise Ships Oceana to leave P&O by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
Sadly we announce that Oceana will leave the P&O Cruises fleet this month. Whilst we will all miss Oceana, her departure will allow us to focus on our remaining ships and the delivery of Iona later this year, followed by Iona’s sister ship, ...

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