The cruise industry has high expectations of Carnival Vista, and from what has been revealed about her so far, Carnival Cruise Line seems to be on the right course.
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Celestyal Cruises’ ship Celestyal Crystal and a tanker have collided off the coast of Gallipoli, Turkey, Cruise Arabia & Africa understands, based on passenger accounts and media reports.
The entire engineering and design of the ships’ engine rooms and fuel tanks will be radically different to current cruise ships.
Princess Cruises Sea Princess moors at Dubai Cruise Terminal three hours late due to Cyclone Ashobaa
Princess Cruises’ cruise ship Sea Princess had docked at Dubai’s Port Rashid three hours late due to the adverse sea conditions generated in the Arabian Sea by Cyclone Ashobaa, Princess has told […]
Holland America Line will be returning two of its sister ships, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, to Dubai in 2016, the cruise line has confirmed, with Amsterdam sailing west from Dubai as part of […]
The cruise industry is awash with nautical and industry-specific terms that most experienced cruisers are aware of, while first time cruisers often find themselves feeling perplexed with this at-sea lexicon. To make […]
During the handing over of the plaque and keys ceremony aboard Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas to mark her maiden port call in Dubai, Hamad Bin Mejren, senior vice president of […]
Cruise ships are floating cities, even the smaller cruise ships have entire worlds hidden behind ‘Authorised Access Only’ doors that passengers will never see, while all cruise lines have policies and facilities […]
The cabin upgrade, like getting an upgrade on an airline, this is the holy grail of bragging rights in the cruise experience and regular cruise passengers have a number of theories of […]
Cruise Arabia & Africa was recently given unprecedented access to the most famous ship in the world and allowed to photograph her from stem to stern in the early hours of a stifling summer morning in Dubai.