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Cayman Islands could limit cruise ships in shift to ‘more balanced’ tourism

Cruise ships moored off George Town, Grand Cayman (Courtesy Cayman Islands appears to have hit a breaking point when it comes to cruise tourism. Speaking at a briefing on Tuesday, the premier of the self-governing British Overseas Territory, Alden McLaughlin, said his government was likely to place limits on the number of cruise ships and cruisers that can visit the island destination when cruising resumes — a major policy shift that will have ramifications for more than half a dozen major cruise lines. (


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Coral Expeditions: Western Australia Set to Sail Again

The Coral Adventurer  (Courtesy Coral Expeditons)Australia’s pioneering small ship cruise line, Coral Expeditions, confirms operations will restart in Western Australia this month, its 25th year of continuous operations in the state. The company has attained all required state and federal approvals including the endorsement of their travel industry leading SailSAFE plan. (


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American Queen Steamboat Co. and Victory Reach Booking Milestone

American Queen Steamboat Company (Logo)Victory Cruise Lines (Logo)American Queen Steamboat Company and Victory Cruise Lines reached a company milestone following the release of the 2023 season last week, the furthest in advance the lines have ever released a season. Additionally, January and February 2021 bookings are over 35% higher than November and December 2020 bookings. (more…)

Holland America Line Extends Cruise Pause to Include All Departures Sailing to or from a Canadian Port in 2021

An Holland America ship at Halibut Point Marine - Sitka, Alaska  (Courtesy Halibut Point Marine Services LLC - CLIA)As Holland America Line continues to review and assess its plans around the Canadian Transport Ministry’s Interim Order that closed Canadian ports and waters to passenger vessels, the company is extending its pause of cruise operations to now include all sailings that depart from or conclude in a Canadian port in 2021. (more…)

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