American Cruise Lines returns to the rivers with small ships and new precautions.
After months without the huge cruise ships that have sparked demonstrations, some announce they will not return.
Taking a cautious stand, the cruise lines are voluntarily extending the CDC-ordered stand-down
Norway's coastal cruise and expedition line sends out its first ships, open at first only to Scandinavians.
As cruises get ready to resume, cruise companies are looking at their private islands to get around restricted ports.
When cruising shut down in March, there were long delays getting home for many; the last eight have now returned to Germany.
Canada extends its cruise ship ban past July 1st, essentially putting an end to hopes for a short season.
Those famous cruise ship buffets may soon be a thing of the past, with maybe a distant future; cruise fans are split on the issue.
Over 70,000 cruise ship workers are trapped aboard idled vessels in U.S. waters, with thousands more elsewhere as plans for getting home stall.
DrFumblefinger visits the impressive and beautiful harbor in Seward, Alaska.
After a week marked by reports of near cash collapse, Norwegian Cruise Line's CEO is talking a much brighter future.
With ships unable to sail and possibly lower interest by customers, the giants of the cruise industry are sailing into troubled waters.
When cruising resumes, there will be some new rules and procedures on board; here's a preview from industry discussion.
DrFumblefinger unexpectedly comes across these ships on a cold snowy day along the banks of the Red River. It is the Manitoba Maritime Museum.
Coronavirus fears cancelled all port calls for Costa Delioza's last five weeks at sea, allowing the ship to become a virus-free bubble.