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MSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately-owned cruise line. MSC offers cruises in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, South America, South Africa, China, the United Arab Emirates and Sir Bani Yas.

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Cruise Ship Sold Fares Starting At $73K. It Sold Out In Under 3 Hours.

A cruise with fares starting at $73,499 sold out in less than three hours Wednesday.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises put tickets for the 2024 World Cruise up for sale around 8:30 a.m. EST Wednesday. They sold out around 11 a.m., according to a company statement. Fares were as high as $199,999 per guest for a master suite.

The cruise is set to take off Jan. 6, 2024 from Miami, Florida on the Seven Seas Mariner.

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Cruise Lines, Ron DeSantis Square Off Over Vaccine Passports

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  As cruise lines aim to sail out of South Florida for the first time in over a year, many operators are fighting to require passengers to be fully vaccinated, but Governor Ron DeSantis says businesses in the state are not allowed to ask about vaccine statuses. Travel business news reporter for Business Insider, Brittany Chang, joins News NOW to discuss how the cruise ship industry is responding and what legal action they could take against Florida.

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11 Things You Won’t Be Able to Do on Cruises Anymore

Meghan JonesUpdated: Sep. 28, 2020

As cruises do their utmost to avoid a repeat of early 2020, the world of cruising will look quite a bit different as ships set sail again.

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Before lockdowns became a reality in the United States, cruise ships provided a disturbing preview of what was to come. From the 14-day quarantine of thousands of people on the virus-stricken Diamond Princess ship in February to harrowing stories of cruise ship workers confined to their tiny cabins for months, these news bytes left people wondering if, or perhaps why, anyone would ever take a cruise again. In April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a “no-sail order,” which they then extended in mid-July. This order didn’t actually provide a fixed date that cruises had to be docked until; it just prohibited cruises from sailing until they met certain COVID-19 protection standards.

And now, as a turbulent summer ends, some smaller cruise lines are starting to sail again. Others, however—including major carriers like Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Disney—are continuing to wait for months to come. Whenever, if ever, you choose to go on a cruise again, here are some things you and your fellow passengers won’t be able to do. Of course, these will vary quite a bit by cruise line and individual ship, but these are the general things experts think you’re likely to see change. Plus, check out these things polite people never do on cruises.

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Norwegian Cruise Line ‘optimistic’ about phased return to service

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. struck optimistic notes in a conference call with analysts, highlighting its ability to weather up to 18 months of zero revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“What the team at Norwegian has done is nothing short of extraordinary,” NCLH President and CEO Frank Del Rio said during the call after releasing the company’s first-quarter earnings report.

The company reported an adjusted loss of $211.3 million, or 99 cents per share, compared to income of $181.8 million, or 83 cents, in the first quarter of 2019.

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Carnival Cruises Have Reopened Bookings for August. People Are Buying Tickets Like Crazy

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Cameron LeBlancFatherlyMay 11, 2020, 11:44 AM CDT 0:08 0:55   EmbedClosed Caption Settings Carnival Will Slowly Resume Operations Starting August 1

Cruise ships have a long history as vectors for infectious diseases, including COVID-19. It would logical if the current pandemic to dampened enthusiasm for cruise vacations, but early signs are that the opposite could be happening. Apparently, people really like cruises, risk of serious illness and death be damned.

This theory rests on what happened after Carnival reopened a limited number of routes last week for bookings starting in August. According to a report from TMZ of all places, cruise reservations made through an American Express travel franchise are through the roof, up 200 percent from where they were at this time last year.

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Cruise ship passengers desperately plead with Florida to allow them in

April 1, 2020, 6:58 AM CDT / Updated April 1, 2020, 11:29 AM CDT By Safia Samee Ali

When Andrea Anderson and her husband boarded the MS Zaandam cruise ship in Buenos Aires more than three weeks ago, they didn’t know that their trip of a lifetime would disastrously coincide with a global pandemic that would leave them shut out and stranded at sea.

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Cruise-ship workers say they have so much sex that their ships are like college dorms

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  • Sex among cruise-ship workers is pervasive, current and former cruise-ship employees told Business Insider.
  • Some compared the hookup culture as being similar to, or even exceeding, that of a college dorm.
  • But the permissive sexual culture on cruise ships can also lead to aggressive or inappropriate behavior. 
  • Romantic relationships among employees develop and end much faster than on land, which, along with frequent turnover, can make long-term relationships difficult.
  • Do you work in the cruise industry? Do you have an opinion about how your company or the industry as a whole has handled the coronavirus? Email this reporter at

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Thousands leave Miami cruise ship without screenings after former passenger got COVID-19

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Despite a positive COVID-19 test from a passenger who had disembarked days earlier, thousands of people were allowed to leave a cruise ship in Miami Sunday without undergoing medical screening.

The former passenger got off the MSC Meraviglia in Miami on March 8 after an eight-day Caribbean cruise, leaving 103 passengers and the ship’s crew aboard for the next voyage. Four days later, after the ship had sailed with thousands of additional new passengers aboard, the Public Health Agency of Canada informed Broward-based MSC Cruises that the former passenger had tested positive.
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