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CDC Extends “No Sail Order” For All Cruise Ships

 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended its “No Sail Order” for all cruise ships amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  “We are working with the cruise line industry to address the health and safety of crew at sea …

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Princess Cruises Is Building Two New Ships

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Princess Cruises is adding two new cruise ships to its fleet, the company announced Wednesday. The cruise line has signed contracts with shipbuilder Fincantieri for two “next-generation” 175,000-ton cruise ships, with deliveries scheduled for late …

AIDA, Carnival, Holland America, Seabourn Launching New Cruise Ships

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Four of Carnival Corporation’s cruise brands will launch new ships in 2018, the company announced this week. The expansion is part of a wider push to add 18 new ships to the fleet between now …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia will soon be ready to welcome Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-class vessels. The expansion project at the “dolphin berth” at the island’s Pointe Serafine Cruise Terminal in Castries is slated for completion in the middle …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St Maarten’s crusie renaissance continues in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Five cruise ships with over 10,000 cruise passengers and crew are slated to visit St. Maarten on Christmas and Boxing Day. The Marella Celebration and Royal Caribbean’s Independence …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Barth’s port of Gustavia will soon be welcoming back cruise ships to the island, according to officials from the St Barth Tourism Committee. The first ship to call on St Barth will be Crystal …

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 Carnival Corporation has announced a new multi-ship order for its first-ever liquefied natural gas-powered cruise ships. The company is scheduled to take delivery of two 180,000-gross-registered-ton cruise ships in 2020 and 2022 which will be the largest in the company’s …

 The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Katrina, who sent in this photo from one of the highest points on Grand Cayman. Did you take a great photo of the Caribbean? Send it to news@caribjournal.com with CPOTW in …

 Above: the port of Charlestown (CJ Photo) Nevisian tourism officials plan to continue marketing the island to the small, luxury cruise sector, the government said this week. With no further investments to expand existing cruise facilities, Nevis Tourism Minister Mark …