Long cruises have become more popular in recent years, but don't expect to see many of them in 2021.
With almost no ships at sea and some retiring, new giants are still being built.
Because of Covid-19 and the restrictions it brings, cruise lines are holding much tighter reins on time ashore than they used to.
On its first post-Covid cruise, MSC puts a family off after they break away from a controlled shore excursion.
Even cruise line execs are surprised how well next year's cruises are selling despite this year's online epidemics
When cruising returns to Italy in coming months, it won't be visiting Venice, and some locals cheer.
Anchored cruise ships are now a destination, but not for cruising.
Between environmental and health concerns, Europe's ferries are gaining, or regaining, fans.
Still at sea after many months, thousands of cruise crew members still can't go home.
For those who love the sea and have plenty of cash, a seagoing condo on a 290-foot mega-yacht.
A Norwegian cruise line that felt it had solved the safety issues to resume limited cruises has found itself up against new Covid cases on board.
Holland America renames a new ship after a departing favorite and keeps the name Rotterdam in its fleet.
Royal Caribbean takes a big step toward rebuilding cruiser confidence as lines look toward resuming operations.
CDC opens a window for public comment on new rules for cruises, a hint that it is getting ready to lift its 'no-sail' order.
Marilyn Jones makes a shore visit to Mexico's Yucatan coast city of Merida a family affair with her granddaughter.