The UNWTO (World Tourism Organisation) has outlined the potential impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the global tourism sector, giving the first meaningful indication of the damage to the cruise industry.
While there are 24 new cruise ships coming in 2020, we can’t include them all here, so we’ve whittled our list down to the ten that we’re most excited about.
Carnival Corporation is launching four of the largest cruise ships of the year in 2020, with new mega-ships nearing completion for P&O Cruises (Iona), Princess Cruises (Enchanted Princess), Costa Cruises (Costa Firenze) […]
Carnival Corporation will launch four new cruise ships in 2020 across four of its global cruise line brands – Iona for P&O Cruises, Enchanted Princess for Princess Cruises, Mardi Gras for Carnival […]
There is an almost limitless range of options to choose from when it comes to picking a cruise in 2020. No matter what you’re looking for or who you’re traveling with, there […]
Cruise passengers visiting Dubai or flying into the city to board ships at Mina Rashid next year will be able to include the Ain Dubai observation wheel in their shore excursions. The […]
Norwegian Cruise Line’s 1998-built cruise ship Norwegian Spirit is to undergo a major refurbishment in January, 2020, directly before her cruise to Dubai and South Africa.
Princess Cruises’ next ship Enchanted Princess, the fifth Royal-class ship and a sister to upcoming Sky Princess, was floated out today at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Monfalcone.
The Middle East cruise market is nascent but has huge growth potential, according to Eamonn Ferrin, Vice President & Managing Director, UK, Ireland, Middle East & Africa for Norwegian Cruise Line.
TUI Cruises have revealed the itineraries for Mein Schiff Herz’ inaugural cruise season in South Africa, and it’s one of the most unusual of all the cruise ships homeporting in Cape Town.