Articles tagged “cruise ships”

Coronavirus

CDC Extends Covid Safety Protocols for Cruise Lines to January

Although travel companies have been thrilled about the U.S. reopening to vaccinated visitors from November, the pandemic is far from over, so the industry can't be complacent in fighting Covid variants.

CDC Extends Covid Safety Protocols for Cruise Lines to January

Cruises

Venice’s Big Money Conundrum to Solving Its Cruise Ship Crisis

Venice's struggle to deal with oversize cruise ships is constantly in the headlines, but beware of anyone claiming a solution has been reached — the situation is beset with complications of almost every kind.

Venice’s Big Money Conundrum to Solving Its Cruise Ship Crisis

Overtourism

How Venice Became an ‘Impossible Place to Live’

With every passing summer, Venice seems closer to its breaking point. It's clear that the historic city's chronic overtourism problem will not be solved with surface-level measures — the problem is existential.

How Venice Became an ‘Impossible Place to Live’

Cruises

Philippines Mulls Limiting Cruises to Boracay as Overtourism Worries Mount

The Philippines wants cruise dollars. But Boracay, which has reopened after some rehabilitation, does not. The island is a key cruise stop but can carry only so much. Tourism authorities and cruise lines should work out the sums.

Philippines Mulls Limiting Cruises to Boracay as Overtourism Worries Mount

Tourism

Fate of Titanic Artifacts in Question as Bidders Offer Warring Plans

For the sake of future generations who deserve to learn about the Titanic's history, we hope these important artifacts will end up in good hands.

Fate of Titanic Artifacts in Question as Bidders Offer Warring Plans