Cruise News Briefs – January 22, 2021 [VIDEO]

Royal Caribbean Keeps Cruise Ship in Asia

Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas will no longer be sailing in Alaska this summer.

Instead, the line is keeping the vessel in Singapore, where it has successfully been operating short cruises to nowhere since December. 

This change will not impact the line’s other three ships that are set to sail Alaska this summer.

STORY: Royal Caribbean Pulls One Ship From Alaska

Crew Members May Get Paid After All

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line crew members who worked during the industry shut down for five months without pay may finally be compensated.

A federal judge has approved a settlement agreement between the cruise line and crew, which provides $612,000 to 276 crew members.

A final approval meeting for the settlement is scheduled for May.

Carnival Cruise Line’s Free WiFi Package

And finally, Carnival Cruise Line has rolled out a new offer which is designed to keep you online while sailing. 

The Post From Paradise offer includes the premium WiFi package as part of your cruise fare. 

Not everyone qualifies for the offer, and there are certain terms and conditions, including a non-refundable deposit. But if you need to stay connected, it might be worth checking out. The offer expires on January 30. 

Closing Bell for Thursday, January 21, 2020

  • Carnival Corporation (CCL): $20.74
  • Royal Caribbean Group (RCL): $72.66
  • Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH): $24.99

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