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The vessel will navigate the globe indefinitely, and residences start at $1 million.
Whether your bucket list includes a solar or lunar eclipse, these sailings deliver.
It’s hard to keep track as regulations continue to change and evolve. This is the latest for those heading out to sea soon or considering it.
As rivers dry up during one of the worst droughts in recent European history, river cruise passengers should be prepared for last-minute itinerary changes.
Though if you prefer, you could start in Duluth, Minnesota, and end in Antarctica.
The cruise company is partnering with research organization SINTEF to craft new, zero emissions ferries to travel along Norway’s coast.
The move doesn’t change the fact that vaccination and COVID testing requirements remain in place for the majority of cruise lines sailing from U.S. ports.
The vessel, which had hundreds of passengers onboard, owes millions in fuel charges, according to a lawsuit.
After the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new advice that even fully vaccinated Americans should avoid cruising, much of the cruise industry said sailings will go on with health protocols in place.
Cruise lines are finding themselves needing to pivot once more on public health protocols in an ever-changing pandemic environment.
A federal judge ruled in favor of Norwegian Cruise Line and against a Florida law banning vaccination requirements.
Venice is at risk of being added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage in Danger sites because of how these ships threaten the delicate marine environment and overwhelm the city with thousands of day-trippers.