This week, Carnival confirmed that all 22 of its U.S.-based cruise ships will be back in operation by March 2022, a sign of its recovery process.
The German cruise line said that two of its three ships, the Sea Cloud and Sea Cloud II, had been scheduled to sail the Caribbean this winter.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) brands—Norwegian, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Oceania Cruises—will continue to require passengers to be vaccinated “indefinitely.”
Royal Caribbean Group has announced a giant step on its sustainability journey: Destination Net Zero, a comprehensive decarbonization strategy.
Carnival Cruise Line's Mardi Gras welcomed Bahamas Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis, members of his cabinet and local officials aboard for a tour. 
The cruise industry's first hybrid powered ship is set to debut summer 2023 as part of Royal Caribbean Group's ultra-luxury brand Silversea Cruises.
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