Cruise News

Saga Cruises reveals first impressions of new ship

Saga Cruises reveals first impressions of new ship

Saga Cruises has released artist’s impressions of its new ship which will be launched in summer 2019. The thoughts and recommendations of passengers have been incorporated into the design and the sleek ship will carry fewer than 1,000 passengers and feature 540 all-balcony cabins.

DFDS overcomes Brexit fears to post strong financial results for 2016

DFDS overcomes Brexit fears to post strong financial results for 2016

Ferry and logistics business DFDS reports no negative impact on volumes from the Brexit effect as it continues to post record earnings. The company’s annual report for 2016 showed that freight volumes and UK-Continental trade flows are holding up well despite the result of the UK referendum last June.

Darrington to head UK sales for Royal Caribbean

Darrington to head UK sales for Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean has today announced that Amanda Darrington has been appointed sales director UK & Ireland, following Ben Bouldin’s promotion to associate vice president and managing director UK & Ireland.

CLIA launches new selling tool for agents

CLIA launches new selling tool for agents

Cruise Lines International Association has added a brand new selling tool to its Agent Toolbox in partnership with Full Picture, the award winning visual conversation tool.

Oceania Cruises adds new Cuba cruise sailings to meet growing demand

Oceania Cruises adds new Cuba cruise sailings to meet growing demand

Oceania Cruises has announced an additional series of journeys to Cuba in November and December 2017. Ranging in length from six to thirteen days with departures from Miami, these voyages include the line’s first calls to Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba, in addition to Havana.

New head of global sales for Seabourn

New head of global sales for Seabourn

Seabourn has named seasoned hospitality executive Chris Austin as senior vice president, global sales and marketing. In the role, Austin will be responsible for Seabourn’s overall marketing efforts, brand management, sales, and public relations.

Travelport signs long term deal with Marine Travel

Travelport signs long term deal with Marine Travel

Travelport and Marine Travel have signed a new long term agreement which will see the specialist travel company continue to access the technology giant’s Travel Commerce Platform and unrivalled choice of travel content.