Cruise Industry Will Have Half the Fleet Sailing in September
Overshadowed by current world conditions, cruising has quietly returned.
Despite endless regulations, political interference, and in some cases, political posturing, the cruise industry has continued to forge ahead with its long-awaited restart.
Cruise Industry News is reporting that in September, there will be 200 cruise ships sailing. That number is almost half of the 410-cruise ship fleet.
Leading the charge is Royal Caribbean International who will have 14 ships in the water in September sailing in Singapore, Bahamas, Europe, Alaska, and the Caribbean.
Carnival Cruise Line will have 14 ships sailing, and MSC Cruises which led the restart last August when they restarted cruising in Europe, will have 10 ships operating.