Norwegian Breakaway Arrives in NYC
Norwegian Breakaway arrived in New York City on Sunday, as the vessel prepares to resume cruises on September 26.
On Sunday, Breakaway will begin a schedule of seven-night Bermuda voyages, where she will dock at King’s Wharf for two days.
The ship arrived into New York City after a transatlantic crossing that began on September 10 from Portugal.
Half of Carnival’s U.S.-Based Fleet Back in Service
Two more Carnival cruise ships resumed service on Sunday, marking a big milestone for the cruise line.
Carnival Dream set sail from Galveston on a six-night cruise, and Carnival Glory departed New Orleans on a seven-night voyage. The return of those ships means that Carnival now has 11 vessels sailing again, marking half of its United States-based fleet.
More Carnival ships are scheduled to resume throughout the fall and into early 2022.
Costa Venezia Pulled Out of China
Costa Cruises has announced that its ship Costa Venezia will not be sailing in China next year as planned.
Starting in May, the vessel will offer two different itineraries to Turkey and Greece from Istanbul. Next winter, the ship will add a third itinerary that includes Turkey, Egypt, Israel, and Cyprus.
From May 2019 until the cruise industry shutdown, Costa Venezia had been sailing from Shanghai, China.
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