Issue #

247

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Volume

16

March 29, 2021

In this Issue

Here are some of the news articles we are following:

  • How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic
  • Norwegian: 90-Day Window for Cruise Restart
  • Oceania Cruises saw its strongest booking day ever
  • Cruise Passengers Left on the Quayside After Breaking Excursion Rules in Capri
  • How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines Reports Biggest Booking Day in its History
  • Alaska Senators Introduce New Legislation to Bypass Canada’s Cruise Ship Ban
  • Grand Princess passengers grapple with Covid nightmare one year after ill-fated cruise
  • Royal Caribbean Group Extends Suspension of Most Cruises Through May
  • Latest Update: Where Are Royal Caribbean’s Ships?
  • Cruise Line to Resume Mediterranean Voyages in May

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How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic

It's been a year of no sailings for the cruise liners. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the latest from Manhattan's Cruise Terminal on how the industry has been trying to rebuild. 

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Norwegian: 90-Day Window for Cruise Restart

Having recently suspended service through May 31, Frank Del Rio, CEO and president of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), said on the company’s earnings call on Thursday that he is looking at roughly a 90-day window to launch cruise service in the United States when receiving the green light from the CDC. In addition, Del Rio said the company would be able to reintroduce one ship a week so that in order to be 100 percent operational by the start of 2022, the resumption would have to start in June or July of this year. As for occupancy levels during the start-up phase, Del Rio said that the CDC has not yet given the industry their target occupancy levels. However, NCLH is looking at an initial 50 percent level. Read more

Oceania Cruises saw its strongest booking day ever

On March 3, Oceania Cruises opened bookings for its global collection of 2022 to 2023 winter sailings. The collection set a company record: Oceania saw the highest number of bookings in one day ever. A 35-day cruise around Australia during Christmas and New Year's was the strongest selling trip. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Read more

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Issue #

247

|

Volume

16

March 29, 2021

In this Issue

Here are some of the news articles we are following:

  • How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic
  • Norwegian: 90-Day Window for Cruise Restart
  • Oceania Cruises saw its strongest booking day ever
  • Cruise Passengers Left on the Quayside After Breaking Excursion Rules in Capri
  • How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines Reports Biggest Booking Day in its History
  • Alaska Senators Introduce New Legislation to Bypass Canada’s Cruise Ship Ban
  • Grand Princess passengers grapple with Covid nightmare one year after ill-fated cruise
  • Royal Caribbean Group Extends Suspension of Most Cruises Through May
  • Latest Update: Where Are Royal Caribbean’s Ships?
  • Cruise Line to Resume Mediterranean Voyages in May

Cover Image by:

How the cruise industry is rebuilding one year into the pandemic

It's been a year of no sailings for the cruise liners. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the latest from Manhattan's Cruise Terminal on how the industry has been trying to rebuild. 

Watch video…

 

Norwegian: 90-Day Window for Cruise Restart

Having recently suspended service through May 31, Frank Del Rio, CEO and president of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), said on the company’s earnings call on Thursday that he is looking at roughly a 90-day window to launch cruise service in the United States when receiving the green light from the CDC. In addition, Del Rio said the company would be able to reintroduce one ship a week so that in order to be 100 percent operational by the start of 2022, the resumption would have to start in June or July of this year. As for occupancy levels during the start-up phase, Del Rio said that the CDC has not yet given the industry their target occupancy levels. However, NCLH is looking at an initial 50 percent level. Read more

Oceania Cruises saw its strongest booking day ever

On March 3, Oceania Cruises opened bookings for its global collection of 2022 to 2023 winter sailings. The collection set a company record: Oceania saw the highest number of bookings in one day ever. A 35-day cruise around Australia during Christmas and New Year's was the strongest selling trip. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Read more

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