Oceania Cruises has introduced 16 new Europe and Tahiti voyages for early 2022. The trips will take place onboard the better-than-new and more beautiful than ever Regatta and Nautica.
Two new hybrid LNG-electric ships are coming to the Brittany Ferries fleet. They will arrive in 2024/2025 to serve routes connecting Portsmouth with St Malo and Caen.
The newest Princess Cruises ship will sail from the Port of Los Angeles next spring for an inaugural season of Mexican Riviera and California Coast cruises.
Eight of the nine brands controlled by the company have announced plans to resume guest operations on 54 ships to date through the end of 2021.
Royal Caribbean has returned to Alaska, becoming the first cruise line to sail in the region since September 2019. Serenade of the Seas will offer a series of seven-night cruises from Seattle.
Carnival Cruise Line has confirmed three more ships will resume guest operations in September. Another four will return in October, bringing the total number of ships to 15.
The line also announced that the vessel, which is scheduled to debut in early 2022, will officially be named by her ceremonial godmother, Lady Fiona Carnarvon, the eighth countess of Carnarvon.
Celebrity Cruises is extending its UK summer sailings onboard Celebrity Silhouette. The line has announced three new itineraries, all of which are available to book now.
Seabourn has opened for sale a series of new itineraries for Seabourn Ovation operated out of Miami between November and April next year.
The Overseas Escapes will range from two to 40-night sailings, visiting more than 49 destinations on board Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
Spirit of Adventure has made her arrival into Portsmouth ahead of a naming ceremony. Spectators caught a glimpse of Saga Cruises’ newest 236-metre boutique ship as she sailed into the city.
Aida Cruises will deploy another Sphinx-class ship from Kiel next month to meet demand for cruises out of Germany. The name of the ship will be announced shortly.