The cruise industry came of age in the 1960s and 70s, but has been around for much longer than that, surviving the Great Depression, two world wars and the 2008 financial crisis.
The world’s cruise lines have a number of different dates for when they’ll start operating again, below is a list of when each cruise lines is expected to start up again.
Cruise vacations are an increasingly popular way to relax, unwind and recharge. And while at sea, there’s opportunity for guests to embrace some of life’s most enjoyable pleasures – with wine-tasting and […]
AIDA Cruises is Germany’s fun ship cruise line, with an emphasis on jam-packed days and lively nightlife. The on-board experience is super casual, reflecting the millennial German cruise market it targets.
Azamara is a luxury boutique cruise line that takes destination-intensive itineraries to the next level.
Carnival Cruise Line is the kingpin of the cruise industry. It is the largest cruise line in the world based on passengers carried, annual revenue, and total number of ships in its […]
Flying below the radar in the global cruise industry, Celestyal Cruises is a cruise line brand of Louis Group, one of the largest European cruise ship operators.
Marella Cruises made a name for itself as Thomson Cruises, becoming known as the UK’s preeminent fun ship cruise line offering fly-cruise itineraries in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and more recently, Dubai.
P&O Australia is a sister brand to P&O in the UK, but it couldn’t be more different, with a more super-casual approach to cruising and a focus on jam-packed entertainment and activities […]
Pullmantur offers a traditional cruise experience with a Spanish flair aboard a fleet of older cruise ships that have been thoroughly refurbished to Spanish tastes.