Below you will find the latest cruise news and where ships familiar to New York and New Jersey are located. The cruise ship location section will be updated weekly to reflect the latest ship movements. Believe it or now - the ships are still changing locations. Idle ships deteriorate more quickly. The cruise ships need to move to assure the mechanical, technical and hotel operations continue to function. Check back weekly to find out where your favorite ships is now.
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With the temporary suspension of cruise operations, cruise lines are being forced to lay ships up in various locations world wide. With the majority of the ships located off the coast of Florida and between the islands of the Bahamas, many of the ships continue to move and sail. Those charged with maintaining the ships while not carrying passengers stated that ships in motion are easier to monitor and less likely to encounter mechanical or structual issues. All of the operations (including the plumbing) on board the ship is being exercised. In addition, ships need to periodically go to sea (deep water) to create water for consumption and use on board.
Are you curious where your favorite cruise ship is now? We will periodically update the section below with the latest locations for Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas. Empress of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas; Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Gem and Norwegian Pearl; Carnival Cruises' Carnival Sunrise, Carnival Victory/Carnival Radiance; Cunard's Queen Mary 2; and Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Summit. Read below for the ship's latest location. The Cruise Ship locations will be updated twice per week.
Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas is currently anchored offshore near Fort Lauderdale Florida.
Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas is currently docked in Miami taking on supplies.
Carnival Cruises Carnival Sunrise is currently sailing off of Ft. Lauderdale enroute to Miami.
The Carnival Victory is drydocked in Cadiz, Spain. Her transformation into the Carnival Radiance is halted.
The Celebrity Summit is anchored off of Tampa, Florida outside of the harbor.
Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas is currently sailing off of West Palm Beach Florida.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Bliss is docked in Miami since leaving New York in mid-March.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Encore is now docked is Miami, Florida awaiting reactivation.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Gem is docked is Nassau awaiting reactivation.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Pearl is sailing off of Jacksonville, Florida enroute to Jacksonville.
Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas sailing along the Florida coast between Miami and Nasssau.
Cunard's Queen Mary 2 is in the Atlantic off of South Africa to arrive in Southampton, England April 11.
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