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Sutherland to lead turnaround at Saga

Sutherland to lead turnaround at Saga

Saga has appointed Euan Sutherland to the role of group chief executive, with effect from January 6th. As announced earlier this year, Lance Batchelor is retiring and will continue as a statutory director until he leaves the business on January 31st.

Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve opens in Bahamas

Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve opens in Bahamas

MSC Cruises has welcomed the very first guests to Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, its new private island destination in the Bahamas. As part of a multi-faceted restoration strategy, the company has transformed the island from what once was an industrial sand excavation site.

Roux to take La Gavroche to sea with Cunard

Roux to take La Gavroche to sea with Cunard

Luxury Cruise Line Cunard has announced a world-class line-up for their first-ever Festival of Food & Wine on board Queen Mary 2. The seven-night Transatlantic crossing will bring together leading authorities in the food and wine industry, including legendary chef Michel Roux Jr.

Uniworld to make Amazon debut in 2020

Uniworld to make Amazon debut in 2020

Uniworld has announced that it will set sail in South America for the first time. The boutique river cruise collection will offer two new itineraries on the Peruvian Amazon aboard the Aria Amazon, set to debut in September.

Viva Cruises to launch MS Seaventure in 2021

Viva Cruises to launch MS Seaventure in 2021

River cruise specialist Viva Cruises is entering the expedition market with its new ship MS Seaventure. Viva Cruises now offers four-star expedition cruising for just 164 guests.

DFDS wins global title at World Travel Awards

DFDS wins global title at World Travel Awards

DFDS operates one of the largest networks of passenger and freight ferry routes in and around Europe. Its UK ferry services run from Dover to Calais and Dunkirk, from Newhaven to Dieppe and from Newcastle to Amsterdam.

Keel laying for latest Holland America Line vessel in Italy

Keel laying for latest Holland America Line vessel in Italy

Holland America Line has celebrated the keel laying of its new 2,668-passenger ‘Ryndam’ at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Italy. A 505-ton block, measuring 14 by 34 meters, was lowered by crane into the yard’s building dock, marking the official beginning of construction.