This week’s broadcast of the Cruise Radio News Briefs starts with the news that a research team at the University of California, Irvine, has issued a report saying that the global sea level could rise by as much as 2 feet by the end of the century as a result of man-made climate change. A similar study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in May of this year said that by 2100, sea levels could rise by a whopping 23 feet. This would have a drastic effect on shorelines around the world, including the Great Lakes region.

Cruise News – This week’s cruise news includes the following: – July 4, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. – July 5, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to Rabbit Island, Florida. – July 6, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. – July 7, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to New Orleans, Louisiana. – July 8, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to St. Augustine, Florida. – July 9, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to Clearwater, Florida. – July 10, 2022 – A cruiser tells us about a trip to Key West, Florida. – July 11

Welcome to Cruise Radio’s newsletter for the week of July 4, 2022, where we talk about cruise news, our weekly podcast and the latest YouTube videos.

1. Amber Cove, Dominican Republic, welcomed its first cruise ship in 16 months this week when the Carnival Horizon docked at the port for one day. The port is part of the Carnival Corporation brands, which include Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises. The ship also celebrated the stop, as it was the first Carnival ship to leave Miami since the end of the voyage.

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of July 4, 2022

Photo via Carnival Cruise Line

2. Virgin Voyages has postponed its Miami debut for the sixth time. The first ship, Scarlet Lady, will take three- and four-night cruises in the United Kingdom before departing on October 6 for its first cruise to the United States. Meanwhile, the departure of the second ship, the Valiant Lady, has been delayed until 1. May 2022 postponed.

3. MSC Cruises has announced the signing of a contract with Fincantieri Infrastructure Florida for the construction of a new terminal in PortMiami. The new mega terminal will cost around $450 million and will accommodate three of MSC’s largest ships at a time, with a capacity of up to 36,000 passengers per day.

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of July 4, 2022

(Photo courtesy of MSC Cruises)

4. A federal judge has rejected the CDC’s request to delay the lifting of health and safety restrictions on the cruise industry. This means that the Conditional Sailing Order, which sets out the route that cruise lines should follow in returning cruises, will become a non-binding guideline rather than a binding rule. Judge Stephen Merriday, who denied the motion, called the order an unreasonable, unprecedented and harmful use of government power.

5. Princess Cruises has released more details about its 2022 Alaska cruises. The Majestic Princess, which will depart from 25. July to 26. leaving Seattle in September for seven-night cruises, has released new details on onboard dining, entertainment, spa and fitness, and casino.

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of July 4, 2022

Peaceful morning at sea aboard the Carnival Horizon.

Selected item: Carnival Horizon voyage log, day 4: Sea day brunch

This day is dedicated to food. From the popular brunch on sea day, to Guy’s even more popular burger, to a delicious meal in the main dining room to end the day, Doug takes us on a cruise on the Carnival Horizon. See also the travel reports of Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3.

This week’s podcast: Celebrity Edge, first cruise from the US

This week you’ll hear Doug, interviewed by our editor Richard Sims, aboard the Celebrity Edge about the company’s first trip from the U.S. after the shutdown.

As you continue to follow Doug’s daily trip reports, check out the full tour of the Carnival Horizon, one of Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ships and the first ship to leave Florida in nearly 16 months.

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