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Havana, Cuba

Trump Administration Stops Tourism to Cuba, Leaving Cruise Passengers at Sea

A little more than two years after President Obama approved limited American tourism to Cuba, cruise ships departing from U.S. ports are no longer permitted to make Havana a port of call. On Tuesday, June 4, President Trump imposed a travel ban on American visits to the Caribbean island, leaving some cruise ship passengers in the lurch. Meanwhile, cruise ship companies scrambled to arrange alternate stops or revise itineraries so as not to violate the ban. Read more [...]
Person in a wheelchair being pushed along the beach

Cruise News Roundup: Stormy Weather, Wheelchair-accessible Cruises, Martha Stewart, and More

This newest roundup of cruise news you can use spotlights cruise lines that are recognized for their wheelchair-accessible ships, ways that Juneau, AK, is dealing with cruise ship smog, and more. Read more [...]

Cruise News Roundup: Rescue at Sea, Arts and Crafts, Retirement Cruises, and More

Welcome to a cruise news roundup, a quick overview of some of the more interesting people, programs, and events being talked about in the world of cruising. Read more [...]

Many Cruise Lines Are Working to Become Environmentally Friendly

Although it might sound counter-intuitive, cruise lines are interested in becoming more efficient and better stewards of our planers natural resources. Read more [...]

Cruise News Roundup

In this roundup of recent news, see what happens when someone on a cruise ship comes down with measles, find out how to score great deals on cruises, get a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s really like to work on a Disney Cruise Line ship, and more. Read more [...]

Oasis of The Seas Cancels Cruises

Most travelers have heard of the crane accident on the Oasis of the Seas which caused the cruise line to cancel the cruises for this April. Read more [...]