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ROME, Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has delivered its 100th cruise ship and posted revenues of 3.5 billion euros (4.1 billion U.S. dollars) in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said Thursday in a statement detailing its nine-month results.
Cruise operator Carnival Corp said on Aug 17 that it launched an investigation into a ransomware attack on one of its brand's information technology systems.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The findings of a public inquiry into how passengers infected with the coronavirus were allowed to disembark a cruise ship in Sydney in March, triggering a major outbreak of more than 600 cases and 20 deaths, are set to be handed down on Friday.
When giant cruise ships set sail again, with up to some 8,880 passengers and crew on board, they’ll be on the cutting edge of post-pandemic technology. They’ll have to be.
While the passengers have headed home, the journey drags on for tens of thousands of crew members who are stranded at sea aboard their vessels, with no end in sight.
MANILA (Reuters) - A cruise ship at the heart of Australia's biggest coronavirus cluster arrived off the Philippines on Thursday to repatriate more than 200 crew, leaving behind weeks of outrage and acrimony over why symptomatic passengers were allowed to disembark.
MANILA (AP): A cruise ship that is the subject of an Australian criminal investigation for sparking coronavirus infections has sailed into Philippine waters en route to Manila to bring Filipino crewmen home.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Greg Butler was rushed to hospital with COVID-19 within days of getting home to self-isolate after being allowed off the Ruby Princess cruise liner in Sydney, one of more than 130 passengers who tested positive in Australia's worst coronavirus outbreak.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Princess Cruises, the operator of two ocean liners that were quarantined after they became hotbeds for coronavirus infections, said on Thursday (March 12) it would suspend the voyages of all its 18 ships for two months.
(Reuters) - Princess Cruises, the operator of two ocean liners quarantined because of numerous coronavirus cases, said on Thursday it would suspend voyages of all its 18 ships for two months.