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.
Metropolitan Touring has announced a partnership with luxury river cruise innovator, AmaWaterways, to launch the first luxury cruise experience on the Magdalena River in Colombia.
Selected sailings from October to December will be open to international guests to experience the rich Saudi heritage, stunning landscapes and warm and welcoming hospitality.
MSC Cruises has confirmed MSC Bellissima will sail 21 Red Sea voyages from Jeddah, the commercial hub of Saudi Arabia, between the end of July and late October.
The facility will be made up of a multi-level central body to serve as many as three latest generation ships at the same time, with up to 36,000 travellers transiting every day.
Virgin Voyages has revealed plans for three pre-summer trips from Portsmouth next summer. Guests will be welcomed onboard new ship, Valiant Lady.
The line will offer new ‘one-country’ itineraries, departing from Malaga sailing to Spanish ports or from Corfu sailing to Greek ports. The tips are on sale now.
The move signals continued confidence in the fast-growing popularity of expedition travel to the pristine glaciers and wildlife-rich regions of Antarctica.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has resumed sailing, with new ship Borealis departing on her maiden voyage from Liverpool. She will sail a number of trips around the UK this summer.