New pictures have emerged on social media showing the construction progress of Royal Caribbean’s fifth Oasis-class cruise ship Wonder of the Seas, which will be the largest cruise ship in the world […]
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MSC Cruises has downsized its Dubai cruise program for the 2020/21 Middle East cruise season, with just one ship homeporting in the Arabian Gulf, but its two-ship plans for South Africa remain […]
The Royal Caribbean-owned Spanish cruise line Pullmantur has filed for insolvency, according to a statement from Cruises Investment Holding, which owns 51% of the line.
Princess Cruises has added Majestic Princess to its five-ship line-up for the US West Coast during 2021/22 cruise season, with roundtrip itineraries from Los Angeles to Mexico and destinations on the California […]
Although the CDC’s no sail order for cruise ships will expire in July, the Cruise Lines International Association has announced that cruise lines will voluntarily extend the suspension until September 15th.
Virgin Voyages announced via social media that the first of several hull sections for its third cruise ship was now in the water, just days after celebrating the float for its second […]
Carnival Corporation will retire six cruise ships within the next 90 days, according to the company’s second quarter earnings results released on June 18th.
With growing uncertainty over the future of tourism, and especially cruise tourism, in the city of Venice, Royal Caribbean has pre-emptively dropped the city as a homeport for the summer 2021 season.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has announced that all three of its cruise brands, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, will remain in lockdown until at least September 30th, […]
Costa Cruises may be planning for a return to cruising, with its two largest ships, Costa Diadema and the newer, larger Costa Smeralda being prepared for deployment in the Mediterranean.