And that’s a wrap (almost) for the 2018/2019 South African cruise season. Viking Sun, sailing her first ever cruise from South Africa (and marking the only non-MSC cruise of the year from […]
Established in the early 20th century and fully restored just before the turn of the 21st, Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood is an authentic taste of the Dubai of old, before this cruise […]
Carnival Cruise Line has expanded its on-board youth programming with an exclusive partnership with Zumbini, offering high-energy early childhood activities and classes that combine singing, dancing and playing.
Two passengers have had to be evacuated from two separate cruise ships sailing in the Red Sea in recent days, with medical emergencies reported aboard both Costa Luminosa and Seven Seas Navigator.
Virgin Voyages has commenced construction of its second ‘Lady Ship’ at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, according to a tweet by Stacy Shaw, Vice President of Sales & Business Development at the […]
Aurora, the second-oldest ship in the P&O Cruises fleet (until Oriana is sold in August this year) has completed a major refurbishment project that saw her transformed into an adults-only ship.
With plenty of advance bookings for its inaugural return season in the Arabian Gulf, Royal Caribbean has announced that Jewel of the Seas will sail a second Dubai roundtrip cruise season in […]
The cruise ship Karnika, newly delivered to Jalesh Cruises following a major refurbishment in Singapore, has docked in Goa, becoming the first Indian-owned mainstream cruise ship ever to do so.
The redevelopment of Istanbul’s Galataport cruise ship terminal is due for completion in March, 2020, with more than 50 cruise ship calls already booked and officials anticipating an initial season of more […]
Windstar Cruises has revealed more details about its US $250-million Star Plus Initiative, a major project that will see its three powered cruise ships lengthened and fully refurbished.