This week on cruise news, the industry elevates as we see the debut of the first carbon-neutral cruise destination, a new sports and wellness cruise concept and more.
Transporting guests into a virtual reality gaming world, Princess Cruises has revealed details of a new production show called ‘5-SKIES’ which will debut onboard the line’s newest ships.
Princess Cruises has revealed details of its newest production show, ‘Rock Opera’. Created exclusively for Princess Cruises, Rock Opera will feature avant-garde inspired costumes, a…
Princess Cruises has announced it will attempt to set a world record for the largest number of married guests renewing their vows at sea to mark Valentine’s Day.On 14 February 2020,…
Princess Cruises has revealed that 2021 will be its longest UK and Europe season ever.The season will include a total of nearly 500 days cruising from the UK in Southampton across three…
On our cruise radar this week, we’re seeing state-of-the-art green technology, parties in Amsterdam, new itineraries in Alaska and more.
Princess Cruises has announced the opening of its brand new opened a family water playground on the top deck of the 3,140-guest Caribbean Princess cruise ship. The Reef Family Splash Zone…
On our cruise radar this week, we're seeing a new all-suite mega-yacht setting sail for the Galapagos, two new appointments, new seasons for 2021 and more.
On our cruise radar this week, we’ve got Shark Week summer sailings, first steel cuttings, holiday celebrations and more.
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.
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.
This week in the cruise industry, we’ve seen companies unveil new ships, discovery programmes, Japan cruises, and interactive splash zones.
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.
Boutique is the way to go as cruise lines take every effort to customise their experience with off beat attractions and onboard design. Addition of vessels in the industry and more...this…
Wellness and sustainability rule the roost this week as cruise companies lure guests with activity managers, family friendly decks and sustainable practices on board.
Catch all the action from the cruise industry in our exciting weekly round up. This week Antarctica gains focus with luxurious itineraries and a trip with the expert, while cruise ships…
Princess Cruises has unveiled its 2020 Alaska season with cruises and cruisetours, on sale starting 15 November.
Princess Cruises, a subsidiary of travel giant Carnival Corporation, has announced it will be supplementing its fleet with an order of two new ships from Italian shipwrights Fincantieri.