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 not - 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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Havila Cruises has announced the Delay in delivery of their 2 new ships until later in the year. Havila is expected to start operations in Summer of 2021.
Princess Cruises announced the sale of the Pacific Princess to unidentified buyers. NYCruiseInfo speculates potential purchasers for the boutique sized ship.
Princess Cruises announces the sale of the long time favorite, Pacific Princess to unidentified buyers. The boutique sized ships is expected to sail again.
Royal Caribbean has announced the sale of their Azamara Brand to Sycamore Partners - an investment company. See what is included in the deal.
With mounting losses and no sign of returning to cruising until the fall, cruise lines continue to sell off older ships to scrappers to generate cash to survive.
State of the Cruise Industry - massive financial losses, shedding of ships to raise cash, CDC hurdles and no where to go are just some of the challenges
MS Funchal currently owned by Signature Living will be sold at auction on January 29, 2021 in London, Ship currently idle in Lisbon Spain
In the past month the number of cruise ships being scrapped has increase significantly with India being the dominant buyer. Ships enroute to India
When will cruising return to the United States? What are the challenges? When will cruising return to New York? CDC Guidelines, COVID Vaccine & more.
Wishing all our loyal readers Happy Holidays and all the best in 2021. Please check back with us starting January 4th 2021 for catch up news stories and more.
Cunard Line extends the pause in operation now to May-June 2021 for the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria Due to COVID-19.
Multiple Cruise Lines Extend Pause into March, Pauses cruises longer than 7 days for foreseeable future, Meeting the CDC Regulations Challenging.
Bar Harbor Maine considers restricting cruise ship calls and passenger counts allowed on shore. Official vote to happen in early 2021.
Royal Caribbean has announced the sale of the Empress of the Seas and Majesty of the Seas to Asian Interests. Empress of the Seas New York Cruise Canceled
Carnival Cruises cancels the Carnival Magic's 2021 New York Cruise Season citing COVID & delayed dry-docking. Cruises to the Caribbean, Bermuda & Canada.
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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 structural 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 sailing southeast of St. Croix and is expected to dock in St. Maarten on the morning of January 23th.
Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas is anchored in a cove 40 KM off the coast Le Havre, France. She is accompanied by her sister the Jewel of the Seas awaiting orders.
Carnival Cruises' Carnival Sunrise is currently docked along side Dodge Island in the Port of Miami stocking up supplies and fuel. Her crew is not allowed to go ashore.
Unchanged: The Carnival Victory is docked in Cadiz, Spain. It appears work is slowly starting on her conversion since exterior scaffolding is now appearing.
Celebrity Cruises' Celebrity Summit is idle at anchorage 70 KM South of Freeport with the Celebrity, Royal Caribbean and Carnival ships awaiting for orders.
Royal Caribbean's has sold the Empress of the Seas to Indian buyers for further trading. Renamed Empress, she is anchored off the coast of Fujairah in the UAE.
Norwegian Cruise Line's 168,000 ton, Norwegian Bliss is sailing in circles about 30 KMs off of Le Havre France expected to return to Portland UK 1/22/21.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Encore is docked alongside in Southampton, England. The Encore is refueling and loading stores and awaiting orders.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Gem is docked at Dodge Island in Miami. The ship has been active, docking in Boston & Charleston, SC in the past few months.
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Pearl remains in Aruba with the Norwegian Sun; Norwegian Joy; the Church of Scientology's Freewinds and Seven Seas Mariner.
Royal Caribbean's 226,838 ton Oasis of the Seas is anchored about 20 kms west of Royal Caribbean's Private Island CoCo Cay. She too is awaiting orders.
Cunard's 149,000 ton Queen Mary 2 is sailing at 9.7 knots in enlongated circles and is expected to anchor in Weymouth Great Britain on January 21, 2021.
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