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  1. So Sad!!! https://cruisefever.net/cruise-line-cancels-caribbean-cruises-through-january-2021/?fbclid=IwAR0yHWGEoTNmFkm0NW_7aUCA-ddQ7ehY_fJCck67PnPGo0axJb4WHzhPPw8
  2. What will eventually happen is that RCG, IF they were smart, will start home-porting from Nassau, Bermuda or even Barbados, just like SeaDream does and even Carnival leaves from Barbados. This, can also be a short term solution until the CDC and everyone else gets their act together. I'm sure that everyone would fly out to any of these destinations to catch a RCG cruise. Raise your hands if you would fly out to a caribbean/Atlantic port to catch a RCG cruise ship?
  3. Fascination - scrapped. Sensation - will take over itineraries already scheduled aboard Carnival Fantasy and Fascination. Sunrise - still pending on what Carnival is doing with this one.
  4. And your thoughts??? https://www.costacruises.com/cruising-soon-again/safety-above-all.html?fbclid=IwAR1QltEoW4e7JlbtYG-rQdtZXX9fOWpRQyQ5s0J5wQ_i3d0SN7ODg8tasRE
  5. Seems that NCL has cancelled all their November, 2020 cruises...will RCG follow suit?? Stay tuned ...
  6. This just might work!!
  7. DCL Fan – Disney Cruise Line Information Port of Galveston CEO Says Disney Cruise Line to Sail at 70% Capacity, Enforce Arrival Times Tom Bell 9 hours ago During a recent Board of Trustees Meeting for the Port of Galveston, Port Director and CEO Rodger Rees shared information from his talks with Disney Cruise Line, including ship capacity goals and other operational changes. The Disney Wonder sails from Galveston several months each year. Rees told the Board that, while 30% capacity seems to be the “break even” point for most cruise lines, Disney h
  8. List of largest cruise lines The cruise industry is estimated to be around US$45.6 billion with around 26 million passengers annually. The following is a list of the largest cruise lines with over 1,000 passengers annually and their market share by passengers and revenue as of 2018 according to Cruise Market Watch. The list also includes the combined market share of each of the cruise line holding companies: Carnival Corporation & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, and Genting Hong Kong.[6] Legend: Bold: Major cruise company Italic: Not o
  9. OK guys...you are confusing the Jones Act which restricts the waterborne transportation of goods from one U.S. point to another to vessels that are U.S.-flagged, U.S.-built and at least 75 percent U.S.-owned and crewed with the Passenger Vessel Service Act which No foreign vessels shall transport passengers between ports or places in the United States, either directly or by way of a foreign port, under a penalty of $200 [now $762] for each passenger so transported and landed. AND both can be waived by Presidential Executive Order which Trump waived the Jones Act for Puerto Rico, easing Hurrica
  10. That's why "finagling the itineraries" by the cruise lines will be important as they're Northbound cruises to Alaska leaving from San Diego. They can hit Ensenada in a couple of hours.
  11. Ships that leave the Seattle/San Diego/Los Angeles sailing Northbound can touch Ensenada which will satisfy the Passenger Vessel Service Act requiring that a foreign-flagged vessel stop at a foreign port and continue Northbound and do it Southbound as well. Just a matter of cruise lines finagling the itineraries.
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