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Articles tagged “carnival corp.”

Coronavirus

Carnival Corp. Isn’t Taking a Position on Mandatory Vaccinations, Yet

Until cruise ships can sail again, the discussion around vaccine passports is rather moot. What the cruise lines do when they can actually take bookings and leave port is what really matters.

Carnival Corp. Isn’t Taking a Position on Mandatory Vaccinations, Yet

Coronavirus

Short Sellers Lost Billions as Travel and Leisure Stocks Rallied Monday

For more evidence of the travel industry's current volatility, look no further than the billions of dollars certain funds lost following news of a vaccine.

Short Sellers Lost Billions as Travel and Leisure Stocks Rallied Monday

Coronavirus

A Return to Sailing Still in Flux for Major Cruise Lines as Grim New Reality Sets In

While cruise companies grapple with another no sail order extension from the U.S., offering up clear communication about heightened health protocols could steer the industry into a better position with regulators.

A Return to Sailing Still in Flux for Major Cruise Lines as Grim New Reality Sets In

Online Travel

Ransomware Attacks on Travel Companies Spread, Sparking Complacency Fears

The travel sector should pledge to never pay ransoms to hackers. But it either can't or won't. So the ransom payments will go on, helping to fund the criminal development of evermore spectacular attacks.

Ransomware Attacks on Travel Companies Spread, Sparking Complacency Fears

Coronavirus

The Most Tourism-Dependent Region in the World Braces for Prolonged Coronavirus Recovery

Tourism industries in cash-strapped Caribbean countries will need an economic lift from the international community to get to the other side of the coronavirus downturn in travel.

The Most Tourism-Dependent Region in the World Braces for Prolonged Coronavirus Recovery

Coronavirus

This Costa Ship on an Around-the-World Sail Is Supposedly a Virus-Free Bubble

The Costa Deliziosa started on an around-the-world-cruise pre-pandemic — as far as we know — and has been on the seas without a port call for more than a month. It would be shocking if it turns out that no one on board truly was infected. With Barcelona as its destination, passengers may be heading for quarantine regardless.

This Costa Ship on an Around-the-World Sail Is Supposedly a Virus-Free Bubble

Coronavirus

Carnival Sells 8 Percent Stake to Saudis After Dire Financial Warning

Carnival is facing two unprecedented crises: Lost revenue from the complete cessation of its cruising operations and an optics nightmare that puts the future of cruising's popularity in genuine doubt.

Carnival Sells 8 Percent Stake to Saudis After Dire Financial Warning

Coronavirus

Will Any Cruise Lines Have Ships at Sea by Monday?

The cruise industry has had a spectacularly rotten week. Facing criticism from all sides, it looks increasingly unlikely that many lines will still be sailing as scheduled on Monday.

Will Any Cruise Lines Have Ships at Sea by Monday?

Coronavirus

Princess Cruises Suspends Operations for 60 Days Amid Coronavirus Crisis

In some ways, this has felt inevitable. The cruise line at the center of the coronavirus crisis is temporarily ceasing operations. The question is whether this decision will be the first domino to fall.

Princess Cruises Suspends Operations for 60 Days Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Coronavirus

Nothing Could Stop the Cruise Industry — Then Came Coronavirus

The cruise industry has weathered a lot of bad news unscathed. But the coronavirus crisis seems different. This could be a seminal moment for the industry — and not in a good way.

Nothing Could Stop the Cruise Industry — Then Came Coronavirus