The river cruise giant will enter the U.S. market with a new ship in 2022, sailing between New Orleans and St Paul with St Louis as a pivot.
Cash-strapped carriers want to keep the cash they've been paid, and some are offering bonuses in return.
The near shutdown of major parts of the travel industry has left airlines and cruise lines scrambling for storage space.
The major ferry operators serving routes among the British Isles and Europe are investing in new ships and see a growing business.
Sea trials are underway for a new Mayflower, this one with Artificial Intelligence substituting for the captain.
From the shore to high above the harbor, Marilyn Jones finds lots to see in St Thomas.
A possible tool against virus outbreaks: a spray-on coating that is said to decompose virus and bacteria particles, protecting passengers.
The effects on the cruise and airline industries are not only serious, they may be long-lasting
Built as the Stockholm, and now apparently headed for retirement, the Astoria is the world's oldest cruise ship.
When is a cruise not a cruise? When it's a Viking 'cruisetour' with the ship serving only as a floating hotel.
For some, ocean cruises have become a respite from the ongoing bushfires.
Viking is expanding its cruise offerings with new built-for-polar-cruises expedition ships, and is also planning its first North American itineraries.
Can the current wave of cruise line expansion go on forever? Some companies are betting that it can.
Norwegian, one of the leaders in the mega-ship movement, is rounding out is fleet with some smaller ships.
Cruise lines are tracking passengers through ID systems, both for future ship design and to find how to encourage passengers to go where they're wanted.