Carnival Cruise Line has previewed its new fleet operations centre in Miami, the largest and most advanced in the cruise industry. The 35,000-square-foot facility is custom-designed for hands-on, around-the-clock monitoring and support of the line's 26 cruise ships.
Seabourn has introduced its newest vessel, Seabourn Ovation, to the world with a glamorous naming ceremony in the beautiful baroque harbour of Valletta, Malta.
Carnival Cruise Line has expanded its offering to Cuba with the addition of 23 three- to five-day sailings to Havana in 2019-20 aboard five different ships.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that the 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend will reposition to Port Tampa Bay in October 2019, providing consumers with an exciting seagoing holiday choice in that market.
St Hilda Sea Adventures has welcomed a new ship to its fleet, increasing overall capacity to offer 41 scheduled departures in 2018 and 50 departures in 2019.
Dream Cruises has unveiled the world’s first permanent eSports facility at sea, giving members of the public had their eSports experience debut and a chance to enjoy a friendly match of FIFA18 with their favourite radio hosts.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reported GAAP net income of $103.2 million or earnings per share of $0.45 for the three months ended March 31st. The figures compare to $61.9 million and $0.27 in the prior year.
American Cruise Lines’ brand-new cruise ship, American Constitution, just completed its successful inaugural sailing on Chesapeake Bay.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has celebrated the ground-breaking of the new and dedicated Norwegian Cruise Line terminal at PortMiami. The Miami-Dade County board of commissioners approved the project on April 10th, with construction beginning on May 1st.
Seabourn has taken delivery of its newest ship, Seabourn Ovation, during an official handover ceremony at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy.
Hurtigruten has announced a ban on all unnecessary single-use plastic from July. Everything from plastic straws, drink mixers, plastic glasses, coffee lids and plastic bags will be removed from all Hurtigruten ships.
The Channel is a big and important market for DFDS. Every year, five million passengers, one million cars and 1.2 million trucks travel between Dover-Calais and Dover-Dunkerque on DFDS’ ferries.