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  1. Sad to hear if true but it Makes sense as Tampa can only handle smaller ships and the major lines will most likely start up with bigger ships that are better for distancing and another thing to keep in mind with Tampa is the port is consider by most of the cruise lines as a secondary market in the industry.
  2. Well this is interesting. Looks like the Oasis class has found a new dry dock in North America. Fincantieri To Build Shipyard in Mexico, Cruise Work Targeted - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News
  3. Hum this is interesting. Maybe this is an advance "tip" as to what the "big news" might be that Royal Caribbean indicated may be coming next week. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/23705-bahamas-paradise-intends-to-resume-sailings-dec-18-2020.html
  4. Here is the link to the Official post. https://www.royalcaribbeanpresscenter.com/press-release/1470/royal-caribbean-announces-updates-to-2021-summer-cruises/
  5. Now I only see one problem with there testing guidelines. It seems like no at pier testing for guest.
  6. Here @Matt article on this matter! https://www.royalcaribbeanblog.com/2020/09/19/royal-caribbean-ceo-warns-anti-cruise-group-flooding-cdc-extend-no-sail-order
  7. Yup that means we are very close to the build to start some time next year maybe after some of the ships that they are working on now at Meyer Turku move into the final parts of there build.
  8. So good to see even folks from the government starting to get the cruise economy to restart again soon! Here is @Matt article on this matter. https://www.royalcaribbeanblog.com/2020/09/16/us-senators-introduce-bill-allow-cruise-lines-restart
  9. I think maybe Canaveral at first in the USA as it will have the most experience with LNG refueling of cruise vessels but also Miami could be used as one as Carnival is putting there second XL class ship there. So I assume the port will now be able to handle this type of vessel. But my guess is one day Port Miami will get one of these vessels as this will be near the size of the Oasis class. Here is a video that proves this is the one of the largest ships that are going to be sailing soon.
  10. Here is the latest from @Matt on the ICON CLASS. https://www.royalcaribbeanblog.com/2020/09/16/royal-caribbean-gives-brief-update-icon-class-cruise-ships Good to see this is still happening!
  11. Yes the Caribbean is a few mouths away but Caribbean is not however.... https://thepointsguy.com/news/caribbean-cruise-comeback-seadream/
  12. Well some good new from the Carnival's German brand. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/23511-aida-accelerates-restart-cruising-from-italy-in-october.html
  13. Not RCI but wow Carnival Corporation to remove more ship. Now I wonder what ships will be sent to the scrapyard or sold to another cruise line not under the Carnival Corporation flag. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/23505-carnival-to-further-accelerate-ship-exits-18-vessels-to-leave.html
  14. Here is reportedly a diagram of ships to be scrapped in Aliaga for the next few mouths. I found this pretty interesting as it looks like by October the Sovereign will be all gone. https://www.instagram.com/p/CE7p5H_BLa6/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
  15. Yes it was St. Kitts. The ships were the Vison and the Rhapsody. I Guess royal is holding off on their cool layup for a few more weeks.
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