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Silversea Cruises unveils 2024-2025 voyage collection

Silversea Cruises unveils 2024-2025 voyage collection

Silversea Cruises has unveiled its new 2024-2025 voyage collection, comprising 341 new sailings that will unlock 695 destinations in 120 countries between March 2024 and May 2025 - bringing the total number of destinations in Silversea’s portfolio to over 900.

Carnival celebrates 3 million guests since July restart

Carnival celebrates 3 million guests since July restart

In a year of many milestones – including its 50th Birthday – Carnival Cruise Line has reached another important mark, welcoming three million guests since the restart of guest operations in July 2021, amidst a busy summer season across its fleet of 23 ships.

Seatrade Cruise Med announces 2022 lineup

Seatrade Cruise Med announces 2022 lineup

Seatrade Cruise Med, the only gathering of its kind for the global cruise industry in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas, is pleased to announce panelists and themes for its 2022 State of the Mediterranean Cruise Industry Keynote.

P&O Australia ship arrives in Sydney for first time

P&O Australia ship arrives in Sydney for first time

Pacific Encounter, the latest addition to the P&O Cruises Australia fleet to continue the revival of Australia’s $5 billion a year cruise industry, today sailed into Sydney Harbour offering a salute to ‘hero tugs’ and other maritime champions that help keep our waters safe.

NCL celebrates float out of Norwegian Viva

NCL celebrates float out of Norwegian Viva

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel, today announced that Norwegian Viva, the second of six vessels in its groundbreaking Prima Class, floated out from her dry dock at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera (Venice), Italy, marking a major construction milestone and the first time the new vessel touches water.

AIDA Cruises brings YULLBE GO on board

AIDA Cruises brings YULLBE GO on board

AIDA Cruises is bringing a new experience highlight on board with the virtual reality attraction YULLBE GO. On AIDAcosma, guests can now choose from four different game worlds and virtually immerse themselves in a new dimension.