The line is celebrating this milestone at a time when cruise lines worldwide grapple with a global pandemic, but for Cunard making it through periods of uncertainty is nothing new.
Shorter sailings, physical distancing onboard, COVID-19 tests, and more were recommended by the EU this week.
Leibowitz is taking over for Rick Meadows, who departed Seabourn in May after more than three decades with Carnival Corp.
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The move marks the first time MSC will sail a ship out of Florida's Port Canaveral.
The cruise line had planned to resume sailings in August.
The cruise industry's return to normal operations will have to wait longer after CLIA on Friday announced an extension to the industry's voluntarily suspension of operations.
Carnival on Thursday, reporting its second quarter financial results, announced that it was seeing “growing demand from new bookings for 2021,” despite reduced marketing and selling spend.
Some Seattle to Alaska based September sailings on Norwegian Joy and Bliss remain on schedule.
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