A Dubai-based real estate and property developer Kleindienst Group, has announced plans to build a 3000-guest capacity ‘Floating Venice’, but it looks nothing like the city from which it gets its name.
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Construction work has begun on Costa Smeralda after her steel-cutting ceremony held at the Meyer shipyard in Turku, Finland.
Dubai Harbour will have a second cruise terminal in addition to the one already revealed in January 2017, developer Meraas has announced.
ABB will provide the power and propulsion for the first in a series of ground-breaking vessels that mark Ritz Carlton’s first foray into the cruise sector.
Viking Cruises has announced that it will sail its second World Cruise in 2019 as part of its emergence into the global ocean cruise market, with South Africa one of the destinations […]
Seabourn has marked a major construction milestone with a traditional coin and launch ceremony for its newest ship, Seabourn Ovation, at the Fincantieri shipyard in Sestri, Italy.
A complaint that cruise passengers to Dubai make time and again when they fly into Dubai, is that the waiting time between their flight landing and the cruise ship boarding beginning is […]
IMG Worlds of Adventure made history by being the world’s largest indoor theme park when it opened its doors on August 31, 2016. Having welcomed millions of guests to the park over […]
JBR, Dubai Marina, Deira and Al Manara are the favourite neighbourhoods in Dubai for cruise shore excursions, but one particular part of the city, that doesn’t feature on any cruise line’s offered […]
If you’re a cruise tourist planning a trip to Dubai’s Business Bay (since it is the fifth coolest neighbourhood in the world), here are five cool things to do in an afternoon […]