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Judge: Florida can’t ban NCLH requirement for proof of vaccination

A preliminary injunction issued Sunday by U.S. District Judge Kathleen Williams temporarily enjoins the state of Florida from enforcing its ban on the requirement for proof of COVID-19 vaccinations on Norwegian Cruise

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MSC Cruises, Fincantieri, Snam eye green hydrogen power for cruising

MSC Cruises today reported that it has signed an agreement with shipbuilder Fincantieri and Italian energy giant Snam to jointly explore options for the design and construction of an oceangoing hydrogen-powered cruise

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CDC rules on cruises are off again for Florida

On Friday, a federal appeals court determined that cruise ships sailing from Florida ports will not be subject to CDC constraints as the agency appeals a previous ruling against it in a

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Appeals court blocks ruling that would have lifted CDC rules for Florida cruises

As cruises from U.S. ports slowly resume, cruise lines have to negotiate a tricky path between Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) restrictions and “no vaccine passport” laws imposed by some

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Cruise line asks court to overturn Florida “vaccine passport” ban

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCHL) is pushing back on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ policy banning cruise lines (and other businesses) from requiring proofs of vaccination from customers. Yesterday, the cruise company filed

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Carnival aims for 52% capacity by November

Eight cruise line brands from Carnival Corporation & plc, the world’s largest cruise company, have announced plans to resume guest cruise operations, with AIDA Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Costa Cruises, Cunard, Holland

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Cruising: Florida wins preliminary injunction against CDC rules

A federal judge has granted Florida a preliminary injunction restraining the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and and Prevention from enforcing its rules on cruise ships in Florida’s ports. Effective July 18,

CDC slightly eases cruise travel warning

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday lowered its health notice on cruise travel from Level 4 (very high), which recommends avoiding all travel, to Level 3 (high). At

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8 Odyssey of the Seas crewmembers test COVID-19 positive

Royal Caribbean’s plans for a return to U.S. cruising are not going as smoothly as hoped. Eight crew members aboard the Odyssey of the Seas have tested positive for COVID-19. Plans for

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Two Celebrity Millennium guests test positive for COVID-19

Two passengers aboard a Celebrity Cruises’ cruise that departed from the Caribbean port of Philipsburg, St. Maarten, June 5, have tested positive for COVID-19. The company issued the following statement: “Today, two