Port Canaveral Begins Preparations for Return of Cruise Ships

The cruise industry has been on standby since the first no-sail order was issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in March 2020. Now that the most recent no-sail order for passenger cruise ships has expired, many domestic ports, including Port Canaveral, are beginning preparations to hopefully set sail once again. Even though Covid-19 numbers […]

Why Crime on the High Seas affects us all

Crime and exploitation at sea may seem like a distant problem but it hits closer to home than most people know. “the percentage of non-unionized employees subject to forced arbitration agreements increased from 2.1% in 1992 to 53.9% in 2018” – Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Maritime commerce is to thank for many of the modern […]