Newly re-branded Marella Cruises (formerly Thomson Cruises) is returning to the Middle East in 2019 with Marella Discovery.
From bad luck omens to pioneers: women, from CEOs to captains, are challenging gender stereotypes in the global cruise industry.
While Mein Schiff 5 of TUI Cruises sails her Middle East cruise season out of Dubai for the 2018/2019 season, she’ll be joined briefly by sister ship Mein Schiff 6 for a […]
Oceania Cruises is joining its rivals Seabourn and Silversea Cruises with a two-ship line-up for Dubai cruises in 2019, with Nautica and Insignia sailing three Dubai cruises between them.
Chocolate is one of the most popular treats on cruises, and these five cruise lines are capitalising on that popularity with desert treats to rival the best chefs on land.
The quintessentially British cruise line Fred Olsen is offering a 24-night cruise in 2019 from Dubai to Southampton in the UK aboard its vintage cruise liner Black Watch.
The South African cruise port of Mossel Bay is to receive a new mixed-use waterfront and a cruise terminal for passengers to disembark in the town, according to plans outlined by The […]
Princess Cruises will homeport its class leader Royal Princess in Los Angeles from March, 2019, cruising roundtrip to the Mexican Riviera on an itinerary that harks back to the earliest days of […]
As the Coco Bodu Hithi resort in the Maldives launches the world’s first ‘pool floats’ menu – letting its guests set sail on everything from a giant peacock to a watermelon – […]
AIDA Cruises, the largest cruise line in Germany, has officially named AIDAnova, its largest cruise liner to date and the most advanced ever built for the German cruise market.