SS Columbia was also the very first passenger ship, and indeed the first ship of any kind, to feature a dynamo electrical generator.
Norwegian Cruise Line enters SA, Dubai cruise markets with purchase of Regent Seven Seas and Oceania
Norwegian Cruise Line, the third-largest cruise company in the world, has followed the example set by its major competitors Carnival Corporation and Royal Caribbean by finally establishing a firm foothold in the […]
It appears that Royal Caribbean International’s new Quantum-class cruise ships will be the gift that keeps on giving! Apart from the prolific number of new ‘at sea’ attractions these cruise ships will […]
First discovered in 1976, Ebola is an extremely dangerous virus that causes a severe hemorrhagic fever in humans and other primates – it is so deadly that the western world has classified […]
The Middle East cruise industry is small in comparison to more developed markets like Europe and North America, but it is growing rapidly.
Millennials, or young adults, are the new market of choice for cruise lines, they offer the perfect escape for young holidaymakers, so why is it proving so hard for cruise lines to […]
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, the modern successor of two of the oldest German passenger shipping lines in the world, is finally going after the international cruise market, with a new introductory offer exclusively for international cruise passengers.
If you don’t say ‘wow’ when looking at the pictures of at least one of these pool areas then we suspect you may be one of our most jaded readers.
The operation to salvage Costa Concordia has involved several major operations, including rolling the massive cruise liner upright, fixing dozens of huge steel floatation tanks to her hull and refloating her by […]
Earlier this year, Cruise Arabia & Africa took a look at the ten most expensive cruise ship concepts ever conceived, Regent Seven Seas Explorer was included in the list because she is astronomically […]