With many ports around the world not yet ready to receive cruise visitors, the lines are finding it impossible to put together RTW itineraries for 2022.
Professor Abe, no fan of ocean cruises, enjoyed the beauty and tranquility of a river cruise along the Nile in Egypt
A new survey shows some changing choices for cruisers, but mainly reports that most are actively looking forward to more cruising.
North American river cruising gets less attention than the return to ocean cruising, but it's growing and changing as well.
Historic Ravenna, Italy is getting ready to grab a share of the cruise business that's being relocated from Venice.
An American cruise line tries out a longer three-week itinerary on the Mississippi
Viking says its daily testing of all passengers for Covid is necessary, but is costing the company as much this year for testing as for fuel.
The Federal Maritime Administration's proposal would require refunds within 60 days except when a cancelation is caused by government order.
UPDATE: Three cruise lines now require vaccination, defying Florida Gov. DeSantis to comply with new strict rules in the Caribbean
A Federal judge puts Florida's ban on asking for vaccination proof on hold.
MSC's newest is a little lighter than the current titleholder, but has room for another hundred passengers.
As a crisis backlog of passports drags on, the State Department moves to block services selling appointments.
For those with a lot of cash to spare, and willing to wait years for a cruise spot to open up, Regent Seven Seas has an offer.
In a last-minute decision, a Federal Appeals Court overturned a previous ruling and upheld CDC's authority over rules for resuming cruises.
After over 16 months, Canada makes some moves toward re-opening to U.S. travelers and then the world.