The world-famous ocean liner-turned-hotel Queen Elizabeth 2 will reopen her doors to guests in the United Arab Emirates on October 1st.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has completed its fleet by welcoming Bolette to Rosyth, Scotland – just two weeks after taking delivery of another new ship, Borealis.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced the sale of Carnival Fascination and Carnival Imagination. Both had previously been put on long-term lay-up status and removed from published itineraries.
All Caribbean cruises are cancelled until the end of January next year, while all cruises from and to Southampton are cancelled through February.
Carnival Corporation has confirmed it will continue to shrink the size of its fleet as the cruise sector struggles to return from the Covid-19 shutdown.
Hurtigruten has added a new adventurous British Isles itinerary to its Dover departures programme. Sailings will depart on April 27th, July 4th and August 1st next year onboard the refurbished MS Maud.
Sailings for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ second new ship, Borealis, have gone on sale, with the inaugural programme featuring a number of itineraries setting sail from Liverpool in 2021.
MSC Cruises has delayed the return of MSC Magnifica, with the first departures now expected on October 19th. Simultaneously, the company also extended MSC Grandiosa’s current sailings through to the end of the year
The travel and insurance group has reported a loss of £55 million for the six months to the end of July as the it battles the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic
Marella Cruises has announced its winter 2021 programme, giving details of new ports of call and itineraries. The departures go on sale today.
During the trip, the iconic ocean liner will make calls to Greece, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Australia and Bali, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Italy and Portugal.
All cruises aboard Costa Fascinosa, Costa Luminosa and Costa Pacifica ships in South America, with embarkations scheduled before April next year have been cancelled.