The 880-guest Fred Olen cruise ship Boudicca departed Dover in the UK last week on the longest cruise in the line’s history, a 168-night roundtrip voyage that includes 61 port calls.
Princess Cruises’ sixth Royal-class newbuild will be called Discovery Princess when she is launched in November, 2021, which is also a year earlier than previously planned. The 3,660-guest Discovery Princess is under […]
Andy Stuart is to retire from his position as CEO for Norwegian Cruise Line following the launch of the company’s last Breakaway-Plus class cruise ship Norwegian Encore.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest and last Breakaway-Plus class cruise ship, Norwegian Encore, has completed her conveyance down the Ems River to the North Sea, where she departed for her sea trials.
Regent Seven Seas will cancel its decade-long Canyon Ranch spa partnership later this year and launch its own spa concept, Serene Spa & Wellness, across the fleet, according to Cruise Critic.
Dubai is far and away the most liberal city in the Middle East, (almost) anything goes here, but there are important things to keep in mind when it comes to the unofficial dress code.
Saudi Arabia has taken the historic step of introducing a tourist visa for travelers from 49 countries, including e-visas and visas on arrival for citizens of the world’s largest cruise markets.
Celebrity Cruises has delayed the refit and refurbishment of Celebrity Eclipse until March, 2021 for reasons of “operational efficiency” and will contact affected passengers to re-book them. According to a statement from […]
Middle East residents who book a cruise with Jalesh Cruises can now avail a one-month free subscription to ZEE5(a digital entertainment platform with on demand content and over 60 live TV channels).
Recent xenophobic violence and crimes against women in South Africa have damaged the country’s brand as a travel destination and hurt forward bookings by international tourists, according to Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, CEO, Tourism […]