Cruise Lines Continue to Lay Off Employees While Not Sailing

Nassau

As the cruise lines continue to await the no-sail order being lifted, several have announced another round of layoffs. The cuts are just one facet of an ongoing effort by the hard-hit industry to reduce their expenditures as much as possible in order to weather this particularly rough storm. The Latest Cutbacks Announced by Cruise […]

Cruise Podcast: Hints of Getting Rid of Buffets + Financial Outlooks

Celebrity Summit

Royal Caribbean hinted this week that they could be getting rid of its cruise ship buffets once they start sailing again. The cruise industry is going through a financial nightmare right now. They are all in a zero revenue environment. Norwegian Cruise Line recently had its first-quarter earnings call late last week, we break down […]

Disney Cruise Line Cancels Departures Through July 27

Disney Cruise Line said that all sailings are canceled through at least July 27, 2020. Previously, Disney pushed cruise cancellations into June. A statement on Disney’s website read, “With the well-being of our Guests, Crew Members and Cast Members our top priority, and in line with direction from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and […]

Carnival Breeze Arrives in Europe to Disembark Crew

Carnival Breeze arrived in Southampton, England on Saturday morning to disembark crew members who could not get home from the United States due to travel restrictions. The first round of crew members left the ship to board flights back to their home countries, adhering to local regulations to ensure safety. Once Carnival Breeze leaves Southampton, […]

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of May 10, 2020

Welcome to the Cruise Radio News Brief, where we bring you the latest cruise news, our podcast, and recent YouTube videos for the Week of May 10, 2020. 1. Carnival Corporation has made the difficult decision to lay off and furlough a number of employees. Norwegian Cruise Line was the first to do this in […]