Royal Caribbean’s decision to homeport Odyssey of the Seas in Israel for the upcoming summer cruise season underscores the growing importance of the Middle East cruise market.
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Two new dining concepts will debut aboard MSC Virtuosa, which is scheduled to homeport in Dubai for the 2021/22 cruise season.
Royal Caribbean International’s 25th cruise ship has left the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Germany to begin her sea trials ahead of her deployment to the Middle East. Odyssey of the Seas left the […]
Carnival Cruise Line has seen strong growth in cruise bookings for the latter half of 2021 and 2022, driven by optimism that vaccines will provide a safe environment for cruises to resume […]
Royal Caribbean Cruises, the parent company of Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises, announced higher than anticipated demand for 2022 cruises during its business update call, while also discussing vaccines for passengers […]
Norwegian Cruise Line needs to get permission from the CDC to resume cruising in the United States by June or July, in order to have its full fleet back in service by […]
P&O Cruises has cut the first pieces of steel for its new LNG-powered Excel-class cruise ship Arvia at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
MSC Seashore, the new Seaside-class cruise ship from MSC Cruises, will be 65% redesigned compared to her sister ships and will feature new lounges, restaurants and entertainment options. The comments were made […]
P&O Cruises newest Excel-class cruise ship will be called Arvia, the cruise line has revealed, with the LNG-powered mega ship due to join the six-ship fleet in December, 2022.
MSC Cruises SA, the local subsidiary of MSC Cruises in South Africa, has cancelled the current 2020/21 cruise season, after government officials failed to allow a resumption of voyages from Durban.