Cruise News Today — September 19, 2022: Hurricane Fiona Moves Ships, Royal Ship Returns, Queen Anne

Cruise Industry News for Monday, September 19, 2022.

Hurricane Fiona diverts a handful of ships from the Eastern to Western Caribbean to stay out of high seas, a more easterly track will spare the Bahamas. Royal Caribbean International’s (RCL) Voyager of the Seas is back in North America for the first time since April 2012, went it left to sail the Far East and the Mediterranean. Carnival Corporation’s (CCL) Cunard Line laid the keel for its upcoming ship Queen Anne, it’s scheduled to debut in early 2024. This is the first new ship from the line since Queen Elizabeth in 2010, as well as the first time Cunard will have a four-ship fleet since 1999.

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00:00 Intro
00:07 Hurricane Fiona
00:48 Royal cruise ship back
01:18 Cunard’s Queen Anne
01:49 Stocks

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