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Cruise ships can sail from U.S. ports with customers if 95% of guests and 98% of crew are vaccinated, under new CDC guidelines.

Holland America, Carnival and Princess extend their pause in operations into spring.

The Grand Princess cruise ship floated off the California coast for days while officials wrestled with the emerging coronavirus outbreak. Here’s what it was like on board.

Two major projects at the original Port of Los Angeles are moving ahead despite the pandemic. It’s part of a dramatic reshaping of the waterfront.

One after another, some of the most embattled names in corporate America are racing to raise easy money while they can.

Cruise ships remain vulnerable to COVID-19 outbreaks, government scientists warn, but the ships could resume using U.S. ports in the next few months.

Cruise companies say pent-up demand, once the U.S. no-sail order is lifted, will lead to higher ticket costs.

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Will travelers ever want to sail again? Cruise junkies say yes; experts say it might take a long time for the industry to recover.

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