PHeymont shares his nostalgia for New York's tugboats and some photos of them at work.
There's little hope for a waiver to allow a cruise season in Alaska; it's tied up with competing interests and a historic law.
Luxury cruise line Crystal joins the growing number that will accept only fully-vaccinated passengers.
Missing that sumptuous midnight buffet from your cruise adventure? A going-out-of-business sale could help you re-create it at home. Or not.
MSC has installed a humanoid robot bartender in the Starship Lounge of one of its newest ships.
Canada extends its cruise ban to March, 2022, effectively canceling Alaska cruises that require a stop in Canada.
A growing market in fake documents worries travel industry and governments.
Behind the scenes, cruise ships are getting ready for their return to duty, with many requirements still to go.
Royal Caribbean has sold its Azamara brand to a new operator, which is buying the Pacific Princess from Carnival to add to the fleet.
Starting what may become a trend, one cruise operator is planning to serve only those who have had Covid-19 shots when travel starts again.
The ship that was Carnival's first new-build and first true cruise ship has been scrapped after serving several other lines.
Vikings are getting ready to invade a another cruise category, having already mastered river and ocean cruising.
Royal Caribbean is helping keep some of its travel-agency supporters afloat while cruise business is under water.
Even as cruise lines shed more ships, mostly older and smaller, many new ones are coming on line over the next year.
Off the coast of England, sailors rely on a shore-bound charity to take care of their shopping and gift needs.