Cruise News Today — August 14, 2022: Carnival & Royal Skip Mexico Over Unrest, Extra Day on Cruise

Cruise Industry News for Sunday, August 14, 2022.

Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Radiance and Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas both skipped the Mexican port of Ensenada, Mexico, on Sunday over warnings from the U.S. Embassy of unrest in the area. When Carnival Splendor returns to Australia, guests on the first voyage back will be getting an extra day of the cruise as the ship returns to service a day earlier than planned. Cunard Line gives more details of its new build Queen Anne which is scheduled to debut in January 2024.

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00:00 Intro
00:05 Two ships cancel Mexico
00:43 Carnival adds extra day to sailing
01:34 Cunard’s Queen Anne pool details
02:03 Stocks

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