Docking in Miami is an exciting experience. It will be even more so soon when the PortMiami terminal prepares to accept Carnival’s biggest and newest ships. The “Magic City” is
If there’s a cruise version of the Witness Protection Program, the trio of passengers who this week violated the health protocols put in place by MSC Cruises might want to
Back in March, the mainstream media was quick to jump on the Ruby Princess story, painting the ship and those in charge of her as a major contributor to the
I know that suggesting we cancel the rest of the 2020 cruise season seems, on the surface, like a monstrous suggestion. But before sharpening your pitchforks and firing up the
Traveling around the world certainly is an adventure. With so much to explore and do, you can discover amazing cultures, and take part in many different traditions. However, it’s not
Although airplanes are flying and Walt Disney World is welcoming guests, cruise ships sit idle because of the newly-extended No Sail Order issued by the CDC (U.S. Centers for Disease
What better occasion than National Nude Day — aka July 14 — to ponder the possibility of taking a clothing-free cruise? We talked to a representative from one of the
There’s no better way to see the world than by cruising from one exotic destination to another in style on the open seas. Cruising has long been the vacation of
When it comes to cruise news, it goes without saying that the shutdown, which has kept us from enjoying our favorite pastime, has been the worst industry-related story of 2020.
It’s safe to say that when cruising resumes, the industry will be looking for ways in which to make up for some of the revenue they’ve lost during the shutdown.
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