Green hydrogen initiative was announced the MSC Cruises took delivery from Fincantieri of its new flagship,

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

Riverboat with two towboats

Efforts to unground riverboat set to begin

The Lake Barkley Grounding Unified Command is scheduled to begin salvage operations tomorrow, June 16, to unground the riverboat, American Jazz. The riverboat has been stuck on a sandbar near Barkley Bridge

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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

Odyssey of the Seas arrives in Ft Lauderdale

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

Mardi Gras arrives in port

VIDEO: Carnival’s Mardi Gras arrives at Port Canaveral

Carnival Cruise Line’s Mardi Gras made her U.S. debut June 4, docking for the first time at Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminal 3, built specifically for this vessel which is the first cruise

Cruise ships to set sail soon

The cruise industry is beginning to see the Sun

May 2021 As the pandemic saga continues to unfold, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been under gathering pressure to end its ban on cruising, which has had a devastating economic

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Royal Caribbean gets CDC approval for test cruises

Shares in Royal Caribbean Group (NYSE: RCL) were up sharply today on news that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given the group its first green light for test

Carnival Breeze and Carnival Victory recently sailed into Galveston

Carnival Cruise Line works towards July resumption of U.S. cruises

Carnival Cruise Line is in talks with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is “working towards” restarting sailing in July, the cruise line’s president Christine Duffy said yesterday in an

Clean Shipping Act would amend the Clean Air Act

Measure to help restart Alaska cruises passes Senate

Yesterday, the U.S. Senate passed by unanimous consent S. 593, the Alaska Tourism Restoration Act (ATRA), sponsored by Alaska’s two U.S. senators, Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan. The bill provides a way

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Cruises from U.S. ports could restart in mid-July

Cruise lines have been sent a letter by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that indicates that cruises from U.S. ports could resume in mid-July, reports USA Today, which has obtained