Articles tagged “princess cruises”

Coronavirus

Carnival Corp. Cancels Australian Sailings Until December

The cruise lines will face a struggle to restart at scale, because there's a reputation to shake off, as well as rising cases to contend with.

Carnival Corp. Cancels Australian Sailings Until December

Coronavirus

Judge Tosses Out Pandemic Lawsuits Filed by Grand Princess Cruise Passengers

Good riddance. Let's hope other frivolous suits get shot down, too.

Judge Tosses Out Pandemic Lawsuits Filed by Grand Princess Cruise Passengers

Coronavirus

Coral Princess Is Docking in Miami With 2 Fatalities

The cruise industry, with most lines ceasing operations, is still very much in the process of disembarking passengers. It will be a considerable period before operations get restarted.

Coral Princess Is Docking in Miami With 2 Fatalities

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

Carnival Corp. Downgrades Earnings Guidance as Diamond Princess Remains Quarantined

The cruise industry's operations in Asia are being battered by coronavirus, with Carnival Corp. in a particularly tough spot.

Carnival Corp. Downgrades Earnings Guidance as Diamond Princess Remains Quarantined

Cruises

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Cruise operators go where they see demand, and Alaska has been a hot market for a while now. Will the introduction of more and bigger ships change that dynamic?

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Cruises

Why the Cruise Industry Stands Out for Diversity in Its Leadership

Cruising has embraced diversity in leadership and diversity in experiences for consumers in recent years. This bodes well for the industry as it continues a concerted effort to get more people to try cruising.

Why the Cruise Industry Stands Out for Diversity in Its Leadership

Cruises

Skift Global Forum Preview: Princess Cruises Is Evolving With History in Mind

Princess Cruises has a long history and widespread awareness, but the cruise line knows it can't rest on the past. President Jan Swartz talks about innovation, authenticity, and why diversity in leadership is good for business.

Skift Global Forum Preview: Princess Cruises Is Evolving With History in Mind

Cruises

China Cruises Are Packed at Lower Prices Amid Tensions With South Korea

An international dispute that forced itinerary changes for China-based cruises threw operators for a loop, but demand seems fundamentally intact. If tensions ease and South Korea reopens, will pricing return to high levels or have lower fares become the new normal?

China Cruises Are Packed at Lower Prices Amid Tensions With South Korea

Cruises

Carnival Corp. Wants Wearable Tech to Elevate the Cruise Experience

We think this will take some getting used to for cruise passengers and crew alike. But the widespread acceptance of Disney's MagicBand — at least in Florida parks — shows that vacationers can adapt and embrace new forms of technology, especially if it improves their trip.

Carnival Corp. Wants Wearable Tech to Elevate the Cruise Experience