The ultra-shallow twin decked K-class vessels can go where other ships cannot and are perfect for Pandaw’s style of soft adventure river expeditions.
Princess Cruises UK has announced the appointment of Liam Hunt to the position of territory business manager for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Genting Cruise Lines has unveiled the new artwork that will adorn the hull of its latest ship, the 75,338-gross-ton, 1,870 passenger Explorer Dream.
The ship is scheduled to launch in June 2021, with a second yet-to-be-named sister ship slated to launch in May the following year.
Jean-Marc Roué, Brittany Ferries president, recently hosted Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French minister of Europe and foreign affairs, to discuss the situation.
In response to requests from travel agents, luxury cruise line Cunard has announced a Liverpool departure for later in the year. The Queen Mary 2 will depart on a 14-night Northern Atlantic Westbound Crossing, which includes Iceland, Canada and New York.
After launching as the first river cruise line of its kind last year, U is seeking to reinvent the river cruise experience even further with the launch of two new themed cruises.
P&O Cruises will take relaxation and restoration to a new level when Iona launches in May next year, as it unveils details of the most luxurious wellness facility in its fleet.
London commuters and visitors can now celebrate their latest love affair with the Thames as the aptly-named Venus Clipper sails into town.
In summer 2020, Disney Cruise Line will embark on a variety of itineraries around the world, including a return to Greece and the addition of five first-time ports of call in Europe.
Simon Rawlings (David Collins Studio), Terry McGillicuddy (Richmond International) and Sybille de Margerie (Sybille de Margerie Paris) are already working with the ship’s creative director, Adam Tihany
Princess Cruises has unveiled a dozen new ports for its 2019 schedule, including six in Japan.