On our cruise radar this week, Blue World Voyages announces sailing in 2021, Nordic ports unite to work on environmental challenges, World Dream presents Alice's Christmas Wonderland and…
On our cruise radar this week, Hurtigruten offers up to 50% off on bucket list sailings, the world’s largest cruise ship gets amplified and more.
This week on our cruise radar, legendary puppeteer Jim Henson inspires Princess Cruises, Paul Gauguin announces its 2021 voyages and more.
After climbing over a balcony railing to take a swimsuit selfie, a Royal Caribbean passenger has been kicked off the ship and banned for life, when the ship eventually docked in Jamaica.
Royal Caribbean has predicted that its Caribbean cruise tourism business will grow by 50% in 2030, with an overall economic benefit reaching USD 6 billion.
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.
Royal Caribbean's president and CEO, Michael Bayley, has revealed at a cruise conference in Shanghai, the company's fifth Oasis Class ship, Wonder of the Seas.
This week in the cruise industry, Royal Caribbean introduces the first floating cabanas in the Bahamas, Windstar announces its 2021 Alaska season and more.
On our cruise radar this week, Seabourn extends its official partnership with UNESCO, Galapatours announces its new ships and more.
Royal Caribbean International has announced new sailings to China and Japan, with two of its ships designed especially for excursions at the Orient.
Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship Spectrum of the Seas has arrived in Asia, with her second call at Kochi port after Mumbai.
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.
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.
Symphony of the Seas is the largest – and most audacious – cruise ship in the world and it just sailed from Barcelona on its inaugural voyage in the Mediterranean.
Royal Caribbean will kick off its Southeast Asian season a month early this year, to fit in a series of additional sailings from Singapore. The company's Mariner of the Seas cruise…