Seabourn Venture will now launch next spring, following further Covid-19-related delays to her construction. The Carnival-owned line had initially hoped to debut the new ship in June this year.
Two new itineraries will take guests on voyages which include the Middle Eastern country, a new and exciting addition to Emerald Cruises’ expansive list of destinations.
The next group of returning ships and itineraries will begin to safely set sail in September with Oasis of the Seas’ first sailing from the New York area. Anthem of the Seas has also extended its UK season.
The trip will see the line whisk guests to firm Greek favourites which include popular Santorini and Mykonos, historical Rhodes and the largest island, Crete.
MSC Cruises has introduced a new shipboard property management system to create a seamless link between its shoreside operations and fleet of ships.
As part of Carnival Cruise Line’s return to guest operations, Mardi Gras has docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The arrival marks the new ship’s first port of call on its maiden voyage.
Later this year, Saga Cruises will return to international destinations following the news that restrictions are lifting. The line has confirmed two European tours for October.
Regal Princess has returned to Southampton, concluding its first successful ‘Summer Seacation’ sailing and marking Princess Cruises’ return to service in the UK.
Holland America Line has taken delivery of Rotterdam, officially making it the eleventh ship in the fleet. A handover ceremony took place at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Italy.
Majestic Princess has returned to Seattle, concluding her sailing to Alaska. The event marks the first successful United States voyage for Princess Cruises following an extended pause in operations.
Construction work on P&O Cruises second Excel class ship, Arvia, has started at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Warnemunde, Germany. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in December next year.
Held aboard the ship in the port of Piraeus, Silver Moon’s official naming ceremony was attended by many esteemed guests, including Royal Caribbean Group chief executive, Richard Fain.