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Two Port Cities that May Not Be Allowing Cruise Ships Anytime Soon

Two different ports have detailed potential plans to deal with the coronavirus situation. Read more [...]

After Coronavirus, What is the Next Step for the Cruise Industry?

It is no secret that the cruise industry has slowed to a halt in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Most companies have suspended operations until May, and it's unclear if they will need to wait even longer to resume sailings. This, quite obviously, is a major financial strain on them; it also hurts their ability to pay their employees. Naturally, experts across the industry are scrambling to assemble some sort plan for getting their operations back on track. This certainly involves figuring out Read more [...]

What You Need to Know About USNS Comfort, the Hospital Ship in NYC

If you're curious about what the ship is, what it will be doing or any other aspect of it, let's look at the details. Read more [...]

Cruise Ships All Over the World Are Being Laid Up

In light of the fact that actually operating ships and adhering to itineraries is becoming increasingly unrealistic due to coronavirus, ships all over the world are being forced to lay up. Read more [...]

Holistica Destinations Plans Exciting New Vacation Spot in the Bahamas

Fans of cruises to the Bahamas have Holistica Destinations to thank for the next amazing vacation. Read more [...]
Puerto Vallarta beach

Cruise Ship Port of Call Profile: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

One of the old-school cruise ship ports of call (it was the last stop on the final episode of the Love Boat, for anyone who remembers back that far or who’s watched the show in re-runs), Puerto Vallarta is popular for sun, sand, and shopping, as well as a variety of outdoor adventures, natural features, and cultural attractions. Read more [...]