The availability of halal food options for Muslim cruise passengers from the GCC isn’t an impediment to the growth of the Middle East as a cruise source market, because cruise lines are […]
Royal Caribbean has announced plans to homeport one of the largest cruise ships in the world, Oasis of the Seas, in New York from May to August, 2020.
While Carnival Mardi Gras will already be the largest cruise ship ever built for the world’s largest cruise line, and the first US-based cruise ship powered by LNG, it will also now […]
With all the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (popularly known as Brexit), British cruise passengers have been left wondering how the politics might affect their travel plans.
The ocean air, with its sea salt, harsh tropical sunlight and (if you’re on a winter cruise) cold air, can be a nightmare for your skin – although it has countless other […]
On the busiest single day of the busiest cruise season on record for Dubai and the wider Arabian Gulf, three cruise ships made their maiden port calls in the city.
The real estate giant RXR Realty and the SS United States Conservancy have signed an agreement to explore options for the SS United States’ revitalisation.
How Brexit (the UK leaving the EU) affects the British cruise tourism sector will depend entirely on the nature of the deal, or lack thereof, negotiated with the European Commission.
Five cruise ships tied up alongside at Dubai Cruise Terminal in Port Rashid Friday as the 2018/2019 winter cruise season in the Arabian Gulf kicked off.
The little ocean liner turned cruise ship Funchal, which was once the Portuguese presidential yacht, has been bought at auction by a UK-based hotel group and will be turned into a floating […]