Two small towns, two takes on attracting cruise ships

September 6, 2020 0

In Bar Harbor, Maine, an advisory panel recently recommended against building a pier for cruise ships amid concerns about congestion, pollution and preserving the waterfront for other uses. Meanwhile, in the Texas resort town of […]

Turkey sets incentives to lure cruise ships

September 5, 2020 0

The government of Turkey is offering incentives for cruise lines to call in Turkish ports, according to a big port operating company based in the country. Many cruise lines stopped calling in Turkey because of […]

New ships for Galapagos raise the bar on luxury

September 4, 2020 0

The cost of a seven-day cruise in the Galapagos Islands has for the first time reached the $10,000-per-person threshold as a new class of deluxe vessels is deployed in the wildlife-rich archipelago. Leading the way […]

An exceptional roster of ships coming in 2020

September 3, 2020 0

Cruise buffs will endlessly debate their favorite ships, lines and onboard amenities. But this year, there seems to be consensus about one thing: The class of 2020 is pretty exceptional.  About 24 ships are slated […]

Cruise panel: Ships may be safer than shore

September 2, 2020 0

“Could taking a cruise potentially be a safer way to vacation in a Covid environment than going to London? I think it might.” The speaker, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, is a former commissioner of the U.S. […]

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