Carnival Corporation has announced a series of layoffs, furloughs, reduced work weeks and salary reductions as the company seeks to boost liquidity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some U.S.-flag cruise companies are tentatively planning to begin operating next month since their small ships are exempt from the no-sail order issued by the CDC.
This might be related (or not) to the ongoing worldwide coronavirus pandemic, but a group of activists says Key West no longer needs so many cruise ships.
The family of a cruise crew member who died after testing positive for COVID-19 filed a lawsuit against Royal Caribbean Cruises on Tuesday.
Carnival Cruise Line has become the first cruise line to announce a detailed plan to restart cruising following the temporary pause of sailings as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure announced an investigation into Carnival Corporation’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday.
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