Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Calls On CDC To Lift Cruise No-Sail OrderSouth Florida is the cruise capital of the U.S. and the continuing CDC no-sail order due to the COVID-19 pandemic is crippling the industry. That's why Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Attorney General Ashley Moody are now considering legal avenues to challenge those federal guidelines as efforts continue to convince the CDC to lift restrictions.
Coast Guard Offloads More Than $206 Million In Cocaine, Marijuana At Port EvergladesMore than $206 million in cocaine and marijuana won't make it to streets of South Florida or anywhere else, after being seized at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard and offloaded at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.
Florida Cruise Industry Recovery Likely To Be A Long HaulSignificant passenger cruise operations might not return to Florida waters for another year or longer as fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues, according to a port-industry lobbying group.
Coast Guard Offloads More Than $411 Million In Cocaine, Marijuana At Port EvergladesThe U.S. Coast Guard planned to offload more than $411 million in drugs at Port Everglades on Wednesday.
US Coast Guard Offloads Narcotics With Street Value Of $86 Million At Port EvergladesImages just released by the US Coast Guard show the crew of the Cutter Escanaba offloading 3,250 pounds of cocaine, 440 pounds of liquid cocaine, and 7,700 pounds of marijuana at Port Everglades.
Coast Guard Offloads Tons Of Cocaine, Marijuana At Port EvergladesThe US Coast Guard offloaded more than six tons of cocaine and approximately 5,759 pounds of marijuana at Port Everglades on Thursday.
Coast Guard Offloads $26 Million In Cocaine, Marijuana Seized At Sea At Port EvergladesNearly $26 million in cocaine and marijuana will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else thanks to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Offloads $400 Million In Seized Cocaine, Marijuana At Port EvergladesThe Coast Guard offloaded nearly 30,000 pounds of cocaine and marijuana at Port Everglades on Tuesday.
Fort Lauderdale Coronavirus: Healthy Passengers Aboard Zaandam, Rotterdam Ships To Begin Journey HomeWrapped in sheets and barely moving, sick passengers from Holland America's Zaandam cruise ship were rushed to local hospitals on Thursday.
Coronavirus Update: Holland America Cruise Ships With Sick Passengers Dock At Port Everglades One of two Holland America cruise ships has docked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, where sick passengers diagnosed with COVID-19 will be taken to local hospitals.
Coronavirus Update: Holland America Cruise Ships Allowed To Sail To South FloridaHolland America Line announced Sunday night it has received permission to travel through the Panama Canal so two of its ships, one with sick passengers and crew, one with healthy people onboard, can return home after docking at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.
Coronavirus Update: Panama Canal Authorities Reverse Course On Holland America's ZaandamLate on Saturday evening, Holland America's Zaandam was given permission to pass through the Panama Canal and continue on its way to Florida, after being denied passage a day earlier.
Coronavirus Update: Four Passengers Dead On Holland America Cruise ShipFour guests on board Holland America’s Zaandam cruise ship have passed away. A statement on the company website Friday said the guests were “older,” but did not confirm whether or not they died from COVID-19.
Holland America Cruise Ship With 42 Sick People Headed To Port EvergladesA Holland America cruise ship with with 42 sick people aboard is heading to South Florida and is expected to dock next week, but it's not known yet whether the sick people actually have coronavirus.
Coronavirus & Cruises: 2,000+ Passengers Disembark Two Ships At Port EvergladesMore than two thousand cruise ship passengers disembarked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday, however, all passengers were screened for symptoms of coronavirus before being released.