Princess Cruises Continues Plans to Resume Cruising in United States with Sailings Departing from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Ft. Lauderdale in the Fall 2021

Princess Cruises (logo)Following collaboration with government officials, and evolving guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Princess is announcing its intent to return to service in the United States sailing from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Ft. Lauderdale this fall. (more…)

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Phoenix Reisen Launches 2021 River Season with New Vessel

Phoenix Reisen has christened the “Antonia”, the newest ship in its river fleet, before sailing the German company’s first cruise of the 2021 river season. With Phoenix Reisen being based in Bonn, that is where the christening ceremony took place, after guests embarked in Cologne the previous day. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Seabourn Announces Updated Restart Dates

Seabourn (Logo) Seabourn continues to work with various government and port officials to develop plans for a full return to cruising. As a result of the current environment and travel restrictions that remain in place, the brand is updating travelers on the restart dates for the five ships currently in its fleet. (more…)

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On-shore power plant at Kiel’s Ostseekai officially inaugurated. After a successful integration test, “AIDAsol” will be connected in regular operation

Shore power connection box (PORT OF KIEL)  (June 2021)An important step for climate protection in the port of Kiel. At the Ostseekai, the Minister of Economics, Transport, Labour and Technology and Tourism of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, Dr Bernd Buchholz and Kiel’s Lord Mayor, Dr Ulf Kämpfer, officially commissioned one of the most powerful on-shore power plants in Europe together with the CEO of the Costa Group, Michael Thamm and Dr Dirk Claus, Managing Director at the PORT OF KIEL. (more…)

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Windstar Cruises Restart Catch: Crew Is Not Yet Vaccinated, Ship May Have Nowhere to Go

Windstar Cruises' Star Breeze (November 2020: courtesy Fincantieri)Windstar Cruises’ newly stretched 312-passenger “Star Breeze” plans to set sail from St. Maarten on Saturday, June 19 on its inaugural sailing, with all-vaccinated passengers onboard. However, the ship may have nowhere to go as fewer than 20 percent of the 178 crew members onboard have received COVID-19 vaccines, and as a result Caribbean islands are turning the ship away. (cruisecritic.com)

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