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, […]
For the first time, Norwegian Cruise Line will not only homeport in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, but will also have six ships in the European cruise market.
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 […]
With each cruise ship port call injecting around R3-million into the local economy through port charges, re-provisioning and passenger spending, Port Elizabeth is eager to attract more cruise ships, and larger ones […]
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.
Saga Cruises marked the keel laying of its second new cruise ship for the British market, Spirit of Adventure, with a ceremony at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has announced that all plastic straws have been eliminated from it’s two-ship fleet as it seeks to implement a broad spectrum of environmental efforts and sustainable practices.
Norwegian Getaway has emerged from a major refit and refurbishment as part of the Norwegian Edge fleet upgrade program ahead of her European summer cruise season.
After several weeks in dry-dock, Riviera has emerged from a major refurbishment as part of the OceaniaNext fleetwide enhancement program.