Silversea Cruises has returned to global operations with the maiden voyage of Silver Moon from Athens. The inaugural sailing of new expeditionary vessel, Silver Origin, will depart also tomorrow.
Princess Cruises is seeking to return to service in the United States with sailings from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale scheduled for the autumn.
Cunard will resume operations from July 19th as Queen Elizabeth welcomes guests on board for a series of UK voyages from Southampton.
Royal Caribbean has marked the start of construction on its first Icon-class ship. To celebrate the milestone, the cruise line held a steel-cutting ceremony at Finnish shipyard Meyer Turku.
Seabourn has said it continues to work with various government and port officials to develop plans for a full return to cruising. The line hopes to have all ships operational by April next year.
Brittany Ferries is exploring the potential for a new high-speed, sustainable and more efficient form of ferry travel called a seaglider. The company hopes to launch in 2028.
American Cruise Lines has signed contracts with Chesapeake Shipbuilding of Salisbury to build two more modern riverboats in 2022. The new builds will be the fifth and sixth in the modern series.
Limits on the number of passengers permitted onboard cruise ships operating in UK waters will remain in place until at least the middle of next month.
It is hoped the service will provide users with all the information and support they need to help sell a Hurtigruten Expeditions and Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express cruise.
Celestyal Cruises has resumed operations with a seven-night Idyllic Aegean itinerary on Celestyal Crystal. The Greek island trip set sail from Athens earlier.
Seatrade Cruise Global will return to the Miami Beach Convention Centre later this year for its first in-person gathering since 2019. The annual event will take place from September 27-30.
Associated British Ports has taken delivery of a new £5 million airbridge in preparation for the opening of the new Horizon Cruise Terminal.