Abu Dhabi Ports and the Mauritius Ports Authority have signed a MoU that seeks to boost cruise tourism in the Indian Ocean, particularly from the Arabian Gulf.
The QE2 Dubai’s most elegant dining room, the Queen’s Grill, will close tonight for several weeks as the ship’s operators, PCFC Hotels, launch a major renovation project.
Oceania Cruises has announced that it’s 684-passenger luxury cruise ship Sirena will spend the winter and spring cruise seasons in 2020/21 in the Mediterranean and Arabian Gulf instead of the Caribbean.
Azamara Club Cruises is now simply ‘Azamara’ following a rebranding announced by the luxury cruise line as it seeks to reposition itself as an exclusive land tour operator, as well as cruise […]
The Middle East cruise market, based primarily out of Dubai, and the Indian sector, based primarily out Mumbai, has seen the largest-ever capacity increase in a single year, with a year-on-year jump […]
Karnika, the first cruise ship to operate for Indian cruise line Jalesh Cruises, has commenced her first Arabian Gulf cruise season sailing roundtrip out of Dubai, which Jurgen Bailom, President & CEO, […]
Princess Cruises is giving cruise passengers the chance to secure a cruise for just a £1 (AED5 or R15) deposit per person – for one day only – on June 12th, 2019.
Continuing its quest to showcase all that was great about the decades during which QE2 was in service as the most famous ocean liner in the world, QE2 Dubai has announced that […]
India’s cruise source market could exceed China’s in the coming years if more cruise lines homeport in Mumbai, according to Nalini Gupta, Head of Costa Cruises India.
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.