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Royal Caribbean Group posts US$1.6 billion loss for Q2

Royal Caribbean Group has reported a net loss for the second quarter 2020 of US$1.6 billion.
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SUPPLIER COVID-19 UPDATES: Airlines, cruise, hotels & tour ops

Travel advisories from governments in Canada, the U.S. and countries around the world warning against non-essential travel amid the coronavirus pandemic set off a domino effect of operations suspensions for seemingly every supplier in the travel industry.
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Earn up to 20% on group bookings with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is rewarding travel agents who book new 2021 group sailings with booking incentives that will allow them to earn more and sell easier.
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NCLH burning through US$160 million a month amid pandemic

NCL parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings says its cash burn rate is US$160 million per month as it waits out the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UnCruise Adventures cancels rest of AK season 3 days after setting sail

In another frustrating setback for the cruise industry, a case of COVID-19 has dashed the first post-pandemic Alaska sailing for UnCruise Adventures, and prompted the cancellation of the rest of the line’s 2020 Alaska season, just three days after restarting operations.
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U by Uniworld announces new foodie cruise & inclusions for 2021

U by Uniworld has set forth with a new mission: to remind guests why they love to travel, with brand new themed cruises and inclusions for 2021.
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Windstar unveils digital Voyage Collection brochure

Windstar Cruises has gone digital with its new 2021/2022 Voyage Collection brochure featuring brand new itineraries in California and Baja’s Sea of Cortez, as well as fresh options in the South Pacific and the Black Sea.
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Agents talk cruising, ports and bookings as CLIA extends suspension to Oct. 31

Promoting the right cruise deal to the right client can lead to a booking, even in these tough times, but many customers are looking at spring 2021 before they cruise again, say agents.
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Silversea’s new Marketing Central helps agents grow their business

Silversea has revamped its agent platform to help agents grow their businesses and provide them with an expanded portfolio of tools and marketing resources.
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“They match the best product to the right client”: AmaWaterways & agents

AmaWaterways says it hopes to see North American passengers on its ships by the end of this year, but for now it’s primarily Germans with smattering of Dutch, Belgian and Swiss passengers sailing on the AmaKristina, the river cruise line’s first vessel to set sail post-COVID-19.
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