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Cruising into oblivion?

The extension of Australia’s biosecurity emergency determination has dumbfounded the cruise sector, with some questioning whether there is any appetite […]

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Fain steps down

ROYAL Caribbean Group (RCG) Chief Executive Officer Richard Fain (pictured) is stepping down after more than 33 years at the top of the company, with Chief Financial Officer Jason Liberty named to succeed him.

Celestyal signs with Cruise Traveller

CELESTYAL Cruises has joined the growing Cruise Traveller stable of brands as a preferred trade partner. The cruise line is locally led by Asia Pacific Regional Manager Stuart Williams, and is now scheduled to resume operations in Mar 2022 in the Eastern Mediterranean using its two classic ships – the 1,200-guest Celestyal Crystal and the 1,575-passenger Celestyal Olympia.

Uncertainty continues to cause cancellations

AMID continuing uncertainty around the resumption of cruising in Australia, P&O Cruises, Carnival Cruise Lines and Silversea Cruises were forced to cancel additional sailings Down Under.

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