On our cruise radar this week, we're seeing facial recognition technology, hotel amenities for river cruising, new deals and more.
Hurtigruten, the world leader in exploration travel, has partnered with the Norwegian start-up company, Brim Explorer, to introduce battery-powered catamarans that are custom built for…
Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship Spectrum of the Seas has arrived in Asia, with her second call at Kochi port after Mumbai.
Researching and booking cruises online just became easier with Supercruises, the UK's first 'online-only' booking engine.
Coral Expeditions has announced the establishment of a UK sales office in London and by appointing Amy Sharpe as their UK sales manager commencing in May 2019.
From Royal Caribbean’s ultimate vacation island in the Bahamas to the international cruise industry's move to more sustainable ways — here are this week’s cruise news bleeping on our radar.
Luxury cruise merchant Scenic unveiled a peek into the development of its new custom-designed Scenic Neptune submarine today.
Viking Cruises has announced an expansion of its Egypt program for the 2020 season, which will include the launch of a new ship.
This May Day, we’ve got Princess Cruises announcing its best season yet, Paul Gauguin Cruises' 2020 Voyages, Katarina Line’s two-for-one specials and more.
Saga Cruises has revealed a new set of artist’s impressions for its second new ship Spirit of Adventure, scheduled to set sail in the summer of 2020.
In this week’s cruise news round-up, we’re seeing initiatives to inspire the next generation of female leaders, new itineraries in Eastern Europe, combination cruises, and more.
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…