Making waves in this week’s cruise round-up are Seabourn’s new public spaces, Silversea’s new sailings to the Galapagos Islands, and more.
Costa Cruises has confirmed its strong interest in developing the Indian cruise market as it completes its third successful India season.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced that the number of ocean cruises taken by British and Irish passengers last year reached over two million for the first time.
According to independent research conducted by cruise agency, Cruise 118, cruising is a popular choice for solo travellers across all age groups.
On our cruise radar this week, we’re seeing companies build new terminals, focus on the Chinese market, unveil new brochures and more.
Emerald Waterways has revealed that Jane McDonald of TV’s ‘Cruising with Jane McDonald’, will be coming on board to serenade passengers as they make their way to Portugal this month.
Cruise Baltic has announced a new eco-driven event where cruise industry professionals and influencers willdiscuss the opportunities for reducing air pollution and congestion in the cities…
Fred Olsen River Cruises has launched a new 2020 programme on its smaller Brabant ship with 26 itineraries, covering 43 ports of call.
From new expeditions and ships to the arrival of a Royal Princess and a new player in the market — here are the latest happenings from the cruise world.
With the role of women in society, culture and business honoured with the World Women’s day earlier this month, Dream Cruises has signed up trail-blazing Chinese designer, Grace Chen, as its…
Viking Sky cruise ship has arrived safely on the port after nearly 24 hours of rescue operations. The horrifying incident left 20 people injured, but no casualty is recorded.
Aurora Expeditions has celebrated the sea launch of its latest ship, Greg Mortimer, the first passenger expedition ship with Ulstein X-BOW technology.
Wendy Wu Tours, the UK-based Asia travel specialist, has announced the launch of deluxe river cruise ship, Victoria Mekong. The ship makes its debut at the end of this year and will sail…
This week in the cruise industry, we’ve seen companies unveil new ships, discovery programmes, Japan cruises, and interactive splash zones.
As solo travel continues to gain popularity, European Waterways is enjoying record figures for single travel bookings.
The cruise world is leaving no stone unturned in attracting travellers. With new launches each day and added features like WiFi on board. Check out latest happenings from the cruise world.