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Could Fewer Sailings During a Hurricane Mean Safer Harbor?

Cruises are supposed to be fun, relaxed, safe vacations for people of all ages. Cruise ships, in particular, are designed for maximum safety, keeping their passengers safe on the open seas. That doesn’t matter if the crew of the ship is negligent during bad weather, though.

Cruises are vulnerable to hurricanes, especially during heavy hurricane seasons. If a ship can’t find a safe port, then everyone on board is at risk when a storm appears.

In fact, one of the most dangerous aspects of hurricane season is the sheer number of cruise ships that have to seek shelter from the storm. This year is seeing fewer cruises because of the global pandemic, so there are fewer ships competing for safe

Carnival Cruise Line Set to Sell — Is That Where Your Refund Is?

The coronavirus pandemic’s blow was felt across many different industries, but the impact was particularly crippling to the cruise industry.

Even after surviving norovirus, Sars, and other disease outbreaks, the industry seems unprepared to deal with the magnitude of COVID-19 and its effects.

Many cruise ships are docked with no certainty when operations will resume. Carnival, the biggest cruise line in the world, is losing $1 billion a month to maintain its docked fleet.

In addition to coronavirus risks and gaining public trust, the cruise industry faces another challenge: Issuing refunds to an unprecedented number of customers impacted by canceled voyages.

Millions of Dollars per Month Owed in Cruise Refunds

Cruise cancellations have left millions of would-have-been passengers with two

Cruises Are Ready to Set Sail Again… Or Are They?

After a long, lonely spring season on the water, one cruise line is getting ready to set sail on the high seas. Genting Cruise Lines, an Asia-based cruise company, announced that it plans to become the very first cruise line to resume service after COVID-19.

On July 26, the Explorer Dream was set to depart from Keelung in northeastern Taiwan before cruising to the Penghu, Matzu, and Kinmen islands.

The rest of the industry is still not so sure that it’s time to start cruising again. Celestyal Cruises, a cruise line based in Greece, has canceled all of its voyages for 2020.

In addition, major lines like Royal Caribean, Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, and Holland America have canceled sailings

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