Former Carnival Ship Heading to New Home in Asia

Carnival Fascination (Carnival Cruise Line)The Carnival Fascination has left the Carnival Cruise Line fleet and is leaving Cadiz, Spain, en route to new owners in Asia, according to multiple sources. The Fantasy-class ship debuted in 1994 and has served Carnival Cruise Line since, having entered cold layup earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Coronavirus: Updated Cruise Ship Policies and Cancellations

Many cruise lines have canceled or altered scheduled sailings in Asia and other parts of the world as coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) continues to spread. In January, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern, following an emergency committee meeting in Geneva. (cruisecritic.com)

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Carnival Cruise Line’s Adolfo Perez Launches New Webcast for Travel Partners

Carnival Cruise Line's Adolfo Perez Launches New Webcast for Travel Partners  (October 2020)As part of its effort to keep travel advisors engaged and informed during its pause in operations and subsequent return to service, Carnival Cruise Line’s Senior Vice President of Trade Sales and Marketing Adolfo Perez has launched a new webcast conversation series: “From Adolfo’s Desk LIVE.” (more…)



Japan cruise ships resuming domestic services

Cruise ships are resuming domestic operations after long service suspensions caused by the novel coronavirus crisis. The Nippon Maru cruise ship operated by Mitsui O.S.K. Passenger Lines Ltd. departed the port of Niihama in Ehime Prefecture on Sunday and will arrive at the port of Sasebo in Nagasaki Prefecture the following day. (japantimes.co.jp)

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CDC: ‘Defer All Cruise Travel’

With just days to go before the CDC’s “No Sail” order is set to expire, the agency has issued a warning advising U.S. travelers to defer all cruise travel. “CDC typically posts travel health notices for countries and other international destinations, not transportation, such as ships, airplanes, or trains.” (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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