American Cruise Lines Debuts New Vessel, Resumes Sailing American Cruise Lines Debuts New Vessel, Resumes Sailing
American Cruise Lines Debuts New Vessel, Resumes Sailing

American Cruise Lines (ACL) has restarted cruising in the United States, with the 100-passenger Independence departing Amelia Island, Fla., March 13 on an eight-day cruise concluding in Charleston, S.C. That… Read More

The passenger cruise industry has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. In its early days, several outbreaks aboard ocean passenger liners were highly publicized on social… Read More

The notorious 2018 accident on Table Rock Lake in Branson, Mo., in which an amphibious duck boat sank in a surprise squall, killing 17 passengers, has effectively ended the duck… Read More

Cruise and tour operator Viking announced July 2 that new 2023 sailings of its Mississippi River cruises are now on sale. The company’s first custom vessel, Viking Mississippi, will debut… Read More

BB Riverboats, operator of the Belle of Cincinnati and River Queen, resumed service from its Newport, Ky., dock on May 25, with precautions to protect passengers from the novel coronavirus… Read More

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