Celebrity Equinox has become the third Celebrity Cruises ship and the first of the Solstice-class to undergo a major refurbishment as part of the US $500-million Celebrity Revolution refit program.
US President Donald Trump last week announced renewed restrictions for American residents and companies travelling to, or offering tours to, Cuba in the Caribbean, including a ban on all cruises from US […]
Nearly 30% more passengers compared to last year embarked on a cruise from the Port of Durban during the 2018/2019 cruise season according to data released by Transnet National Ports Authority.
Spanish cruise line Pullmantur Cruises has introduced a new all-inclusive sports program offering a wider range of activities for different athletics levels across its four-ship fleet.
MSC Opera was returning to Venice following a Mediterranean cruise when she collided with a moored Uniworld river ship before crashing into the dock itself as well.
Seven people have been confirmed killed, with a further 21 feared dead after a Viking river cruise ship collided with a sightseeing boat on the Danube River in Budapest.
Karnika, the first cruise ship to be operated by Jalesh Cruises, itself the first-ever domestically owned mainstream cruise line in India, has made her maiden port call in Dubai, marking the start […]
P&O Cruises announced back in June last year that it was selling its oldest and smallest ship, the 1995-built Oriana, out of the fleet, but the buyer was never revealed, until now.
Royal Caribbean has announced that Quantum of the Seas will homeport in Singapore for an additional cruise season from October, 2020 to April, 2021.
Norwegian Cruise Line continues to ramp up its Middle East cruise presence with three of its cruise ships sailing from Dubai in the coming two years, including Norwegian Dawn, which will cruise […]