It’s not just the beautiful desert of Dubai but also the mesmerising sea with warm waters and cool breezes that draw millions of tourists to the city ever year, including more than […]
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A recently released report by Restrata, a global leader in safety and security consultancy and training services, has warned of the continued need for improved hotel security to protect employees and guests […]
Cyclone Dineo made landfall in Mozambique Thursday, killing at least seven people at the time of writing and destroying more than 20,000 homes. The tropical storm was upgraded to a category one […]
Bolidt has launched a unique glow-in-the-dark decking solution for the cruise industry and its immediately been snapped up by Royal Caribbean, a leader in innovative solutions in the cruise industry.
When the media (Cruise Arabia & Africa included) talks about Dubai Cruise Terminal, what’s really being referred to is Port Rashid, the primary cruise port of the Middle East and the port […]
MSC Cruises held a keel and coin laying ceremony at the Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy this week to mark the start of construction for their new cruise ship MSC Seaview, the […]
Part of Costa’s ‘neo collection’, Costa neoRiviera is an intimate ship with a touch of traditionalist charm, and in the Arabian Gulf cruise market, she punches way above her weight in value.
MSC Cruises announced recently that they were replacing MSC Fantasia with her sister ship Splendida in the Middle East cruise market, with Dubai as her homeport. Now the Italian cruise line has expanded that […]
A technical malfunction at Cape Town’s cruise passenger terminal on Friday, January 27th left almost 2,000 passengers stranded at the Cape Town Convention Centre, unable to board Queen Mary 2 for her […]
US President Donald Trump’s executive order barring entry to the United States for nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries means that at least one million residents of the UAE can no longer travel to the US for the next 90 days.