Norwegian Cruise Line has confirmed the return of two more ships, with the redeployment of Norwegian Epic and Norwegian Getaway in the Mediterranean.
Carnival Pride has set off on a seven-day cruise to the Bahamas, visiting the popular destinations of Nassau, Freeport and the private island of Half Moon Cay.
Considered the largest European port infrastructure project of the decade, the new Port of Calais has been inaugurated. The extension of the port of Calais represented an investment of €863 million.
Silversea Cruises has reached an agreement with the Chilean authorities to depart from Punta Arenas for its winter Antarctica season. Three ships will now offer trips this winter.
Holland America Line has confirmed plans to return its entire fleet to operation by late next spring. Volendam and Zaandam will be the final ships to return, in May.
With Canada reopening its international borders to vaccinated travellers, APT is helping agents to capitalise on pent up demand for the destination with the timely launch.
Portsmouth waved goodbye to Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady in spectacular fashion, lighting the Spinnaker Tower red as she headed across the Atlantic to New York.
Taking place in September and October at locations across the UK, the line will be hosting its first in-person roadshows since the beginning of the pandemic.
Royal Caribbean International is celebrating travel partners across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and their commitment to the cruise line with a new promotion to celebrate a global return to sailing.
Carnival has confirmed plans for further ship restarts from November onward. The line currently has eight of its ships in guest operations, with more restarting in September and October.
Celestyal said the decision follows an examination of forward-looking capacity requirements following the Covid-19 pandemic. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.
Following its transatlantic crossing, Britannia will begin its series of 14-night Caribbean fly/cruise holidays from home port Barbados on November 5th.