MSC Cruises new World-class cruise ship, MSC World Europa, will homeport in Dubai for the winter 2022/23 cruise season, sailing roundtrip in the Arabian Gulf.
MSC Cruises is predicting strong domestic interest in its new cruise itineraries sailing in the Red Sea from Jeddah, with up to half of passengers expected to be from the country.
Costa Cruises has replaced Costa Pacifica with Costa Firenze on the schedule for its upcoming 2021 winter cruise season in the Arabian Gulf.
Carnival Cruise Line has received approval from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to resume cruising from several US ports this summer.
Captain Kate McCue, the master of Celebrity Cruises‘ ship Celebrity Edge, is the only American female cruise ship captain, and is set to lead the US cruise industry back into operation next […]
Costa Cruises has become a Gold Sponsor of the Italian Pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai, and will be introducing Expo shore excursions so that Dubai cruise tourists can easily visit the […]
Celebrity Cruises has revealed details about the spa experience and spa suites aboard its upcoming cruise ship Celebrity Beyond.
Cruise ship regulations for fully vaccinated passengers have been significantly relaxed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with mask wearing and social distancing regulations the first to go.
Carnival Cruise Line is looking for one Hallee Fuller, whose cruise card has been found aboard Carnival Victory, 20 years after she lost it aboard the cruise ship.
Windstar Cruises has taken delivery of Star Legend after the luxury former Seaborun cruise ship completed a comprehensive refit and refurbishment that saw her cut in half and lengthened.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is planning to have its entire fleet back in operation by February next year, with cruise resumption plans announced for an additional four vessels (after cruise restart plans […]
Oceania Cruises has expanded its cruise resumption plans to three more ships as part of the wider cruise restart announcement by parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.
Celebrity Cruises has become the first cruise line to receive approval from the CDC to resume cruises from a US port.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced plans for eight additional ships to resumes cruises from September, 2021, but these vessels will be operating from the United States.
Dream Cruises and Royal Caribbean have confirmed they are planning to sail cruises to nowhere from Hong Kong after roundtrip itineraries without any port calls were approved by the local government.
Holland America Line has extended Eurodam’s Mediterranean cruise season this summer, with the ship now due to assume the previously scheduled cruises on Westerdam from September 12th through to its October30 transatlantic […]
Royal Caribbean is on its way to launching its first test cruises in-line with the provisions of the CDC’s Conditional Sailing Order after the agency gave its approval to the cruise line’s […]
Norwegian Cruise Line is sending Norwegian Bliss back to Alaska for the summer cruise season, joining five other cruise lines that have announced Alaska itineraries.
Hong Kong may soon allow cruises to nowhere from the city, but only for fully vaccinated residents, creating a potential challenge for resumption due to low vaccination rates.
The Middle East was a significant contributor to the record-breaking booking numbers that Norwegian Cruise Line reported following the opening of sales for Norwegian Prima.