Jalesh Cruises has launched a new cruise booking policy that enables passengers to book now and change their travel plans however they like until August 31st, 2021.
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The Italian shipyard Fincantieri has floated out Viking Venus, the new cruise ship being built for Viking Ocean Cruises, marking a major construction milestone.
The largest cruise ship in the AIDA Cruises fleet, AIDAcosma, will homeport in Dubai for the 2021/22 cruise season, sailing roundtrip in the Arabian Gulf.
The German shipyard Meyer-Werft has released new pictures of Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas, its second Quantum Ultra-class ship, under construction.
MSC Cruises has extended its fleet-wide suspension of operations through July 31st, 2020, but has announced new itineraries for next year, as well as a phased return to service later this year.
In a new video posted to YouTube, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain, says he doesn’t like the idea of a “new normal” in cruising and won’t be adopting it […]
Silversea Cruises has taken delivery of its new cruise ship Silver Origin, the first to do so in-person since the pandemic began (Celebrity Cruises took delivery of Celebrity Apex remotely back in […]
India’s only mainstream domestic cruise line, Jalesh Cruises, has partnered with the GCC and Indian travel companies Akbar Travels, Riya Travels, and Jagsons Travel Private Limited to improve the efficiency of its […]
The luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has confirmed that its new expedition cruise ship Crystal Endeavour will be delayed until 2021 due to work stoppages at the MV Werften shipyard.
Norwegian Cruise Line has become the first of the major cruise companies to provide details about the measures it will take to combat the spread of Coronavirus once cruising resumes.