Cruise ships

The Disney Dream sails out of Port Canaveral, Fla. on a two night test sailing, also known as a simulation cruise, Saturday, July 17, 2021. The cruise included about 300 Disney cruise employees and their guests. This is the first cruise activity out of Port Canaveral since March of 2020 when cruising was shut down due to COVID-19. (Malcolm Denemark/Florida Today via AP)

Court unblocks order lifting CDC virus rules on cruise ships

Court unblocks order lifting CDC virus rules on cruise ships

 

Cruise ships allowed to sail in Canadian waters starting Nov. 1

Cruise ships allowed to sail in Canadian waters starting Nov. 1

 

People look on as the Norwegian Bliss en route from Alaska to Seattle makes it’s way towards Ogden Point, in Victoria, B.C., Friday, June 1, 2018. The CEO of the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority said he tried to alert Canadian and B.C. politicians to the ramifications of the change that would temporarily allow international cruise ships to bypass B.C. ports. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

U.S. cruise law puts B.C. economic impacts at risk: Harbour authority

Legislation applies to cruise ships travelling between Washington state and Alaska

 

Norwegian Cruises asks CDC to allow trips from US in July

Norwegian Cruises asks CDC to allow trips from US in July

The Carnival Pride cruise ship arrives at PortMiami, Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in Miami. A cruise ship industry group says on Tuesday, Nov. 3, its members are extending the suspension of U.S. sailing operations through the end of the year, just days after the U.S. government effectively lifted its no-sail order despite a global spike in coronavirus infections. Cruise Lines International Association said its members will use the rest of the year to implement measures to address COVID-19 safety. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Cruise industry throws in the towel on 2020, looks to 2021

Cruise industry throws in the towel on 2020, looks to 2021

The Carnival Pride cruise ship arrives at PortMiami, Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in Miami. A cruise ship industry group says on Tuesday, Nov. 3, its members are extending the suspension of U.S. sailing operations through the end of the year, just days after the U.S. government effectively lifted its no-sail order despite a global spike in coronavirus infections. Cruise Lines International Association said its members will use the rest of the year to implement measures to address COVID-19 safety. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on July 16, 2020 that it was extending a no-sail order that had been scheduled to expire July 24 for cruise ships. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

CDC extends US ban on cruise ships through September

WASHINGTON — Federal health officials are extending the U.S. ban on cruise…

  • Jul 17, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on July 16, 2020 that it was extending a no-sail order that had been scheduled to expire July 24 for cruise ships. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau
U.S. President Donald Trump says the U.S. will help nearly 250 Canadians from two cruise ships and get back to Canada, in an April 1, 2020 story. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Donald Trump says Canadians on two stranded cruise ships will be heading home

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — U.S. President Donald Trump says there are plans…

  • Apr 2, 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump says the U.S. will help nearly 250 Canadians from two cruise ships and get back to Canada, in an April 1, 2020 story. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)