With a growing number of port calls secured for the upcoming season, the Port Authority of Jamaica has been celebrating recognition by the World Travel Awards.
Holland America Line has confirmed that when Rotterdam is named next spring, princess Margriet of the Netherlands will be the godmother of the ship.
Marella Cruises confirmed Voyager will set sail for the first time in June 2023, visiting vibrant destinations such as Barcelona and the south of France.
Celebrity Cruises chief executive, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, has announced captain Kate McCue, the first American female cruise ship captain, will take the helm of Celebrity Beyond.
The 930-guest ship will spend her maiden season sailing three new itineraries in Scandinavian and Nordic countries, including two 15-day journeys, sailing to Iceland, Greenland and Canada.
John Padgett will oversee all performance and operational functions of the line and its global fleet of 14 ships sailing cruise guests to nearly 400 destinations around the world annually.
Holland America Line’s Koningsdam departed the Port of San Diego earlier for the line’s first West Coast cruise since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
MSC Cruises has revealed its latest flagship, MSC Seashore, will be officially named at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in the Bahamas on November 18th.
Princess Cruises and the Port of Los Angeles highlighted the positive multi-dimensional impact cruising has on Los Angeles and surrounding communities.
MSC Cruises will introduce a northern Europe itinerary in the coming months, the first time the company has offered a winter programme in the region.
P&O Cruises Ventura is resuming operations on Sunday as it sets sail for the Canary Islands as the demand for international cruise holidays grows.
Swan Hellenic's inaugural cruises exploring Antarctica will be sailing as planned. The news followed confirmation form the Argentinian government that the country will reopen from October 20th.