Cruise Radio News Briefs

Cruise Radio News Briefs

Cruise Radio News provides travel stories as they are released from the cruise lines. Cruise Radio News is a service of Cruise Radio, a weekly podcast informing cruise vacationers about cruise ships, cruise ports, and money saving travel tips.... Show More

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Cruise News Briefing - May 25, 2020. The Australian Border Force has extended its border closure to cruise ships. Royal Caribbean explains why refunds are taking so long. And a new residence cruise ship is being built for 2024. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 24, 2020. Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas arrives in dry dock. American Cruise Line plans to return to cruising in late June. Carnival Corporation cuts more jobs from its Doral-based office. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 23, 2020. Silversea Cruises is docking three of its ships in France. Royal Caribbean plans to start cruising from Asia in July. A new telehealth program will help the crew and guests in medical via software. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 22, 2020. Virgin Voyages says they would not sail at full capacity when the cruise lines start sailing. Royal Caribbean backpedaled on saying no buffets. An MSC Cruises employee heads home after being stuck at sea for two months. And a look at cruise stocks. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 21, 2020. Royal Caribbean is using nine cruise ships to bring crew members home. Virgin Voyages pushes its sailings to October 2020. A look at Wednesday's cruise stocks. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 20, 2020 - PM UPDATE. Royal Caribbean announced on Wednesday's earnings call that they would be extending cruise cancellations. Norwegian Cruise Line canceled sailings through July 2020. Carnival Magic arrived in Croatia to deliver cruise ship crew members. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 20, 2020. Norwegian Cruise Line has extended its Peace of Mind policy. Windstar Cruises will start cruising again this fall. And Royal Caribbean might need more funding to weather the financial storm. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 19, 2020. The Port of Nassau raised funds to start the port redevelopment project. Regent Seven Seas Cruises rolls out a new program. And a strong day on Wall Street. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 18, 2020. The Bahamas said it could welcome cruise guests back as soon as July. Disney Cruise Line made a technical stop in the Azores. And Diamond Princess left the dock for the first time in three months. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 17, 2020. MSC Cruises shoreside employees were furloughed. A Carnival Cruise Line ship arrived in Southampton, England on Saturday. The first ship-to-ship LNG fueling operation was accomplished. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 16, 2020. Royal Caribbean lays off more shoreside workers. Dream Cruises starts testing its new rollercoaster. And a look at cruise line stock. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 15, 2020. We are learning more about the layoffs happening at the Carnival Corporation brands. Disney Cruise Line has extended its return to service until late July. And cruise line stocks closed on an up note. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 14, 2020 - PM UPDATE. Norwegian Cruise Line holds its first-quarter earnings calls. Carnival Corporation announces a round of layoffs. And a look at Wall Street midday Thursday. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 14, 2020. Viking Cruises is looking for $600 million to stay afloat through the shutdown. Royal Caribbean said don't expect buffets when their ships first return to service. And a down day on Wall Street. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 13, 2020. Holland America Line's president has stepped down. Port Everglades construction continues amid the cruise industry shutdown. Royal Caribbean secures more liquidity to help them through financial issues.

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Cruise News Briefing - May 12, 2020. A Carnival Cruise Line crew member passed away on Carnival Breeze. A Norwegian Cruise Line rolls out cruises through 2023. A Norwegian cruise company plans to resume service on June 16. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 11, 2020. Grand Cayman said they might now be open for cruise ships until September. A European cruise line tests ship to shore power in Germany. Norwegian Cruise Line announces their earnings call and they can operate 18 months with revenue. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 10, 2020. Royal Caribbean updates its monthly cash burn. Logistical delays continue to slow down repatriating cruise ship crew members. Shipyards are back to work but not without delays. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 9, 2020. Experts are predicting a busier than normal hurricane season. Norwegian Cruise Line's CEO said they hope to be sailing this year. Oceania Cruises are doing really affordable cruises. 

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Cruise News Briefing - May 8, 2020. Disney Cruise Line said their next could be delayed. Royal Caribbean has extended its cruise with confidence policy. And another river cruise line extends their suspension of service. 

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