With all the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (popularly known as Brexit), British cruise passengers have been left wondering how the politics might affect their travel plans.
On the busiest single day of the busiest cruise season on record for Dubai and the wider Arabian Gulf, three cruise ships made their maiden port calls in the city.
Five cruise ships tied up alongside at Dubai Cruise Terminal in Port Rashid Friday as the 2018/2019 winter cruise season in the Arabian Gulf kicked off.
Five cruise ships packed with 25,000 cruise tourists from across the globe will be alongside at the Dubai Cruise Terminal this coming Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the same day that the UAE’s […]
Princess Cruises has announced that its proprietary wearable passenger technology Ocean Medallion will next be introduced aboard Regal Princess, ahead of her 2019 Caribbean season and a year before her 2020 Dubai […]
It is now less than 100 days until MSC Bellissima enters service as MSC Cruises newest and largest cruise ship, and just one day short of a year until she sails her […]
Princess Cruises has announced its largest Australian cruise season ever for 2020, headlined by Regal Princess, which means that she will be cruising via Dubai on her way down under.
Doha Port in Qatar received a port call from MSC Lirica this week for the first time, as the ship began her new Arabian Gulf cruise season sailing roundtrip out of Dubai.
Royal Caribbean this week began offering passengers the option to potentially upgrade to a higher cabin category by placing a bid online.
Imagine Cruising Dubai, the cruise specialist travel agency acquired by dnata, is offering a unique cruise opportunity to GCC residents who want to try out a cruise experience without committing to a […]