With Carnival Dream and Carnival Glory resuming guest operations, Carnival Cruise Line now has 11 ships sailing again. The figure represents half of company’s United States-based fleet.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched its first voyage in just under 18 months, with new ship Seven Seas Splendour cruising from Southampton.
Seatrade Cruise Global returns to Miami Beach Convention Center September 27-30, offering flexible attendee preferences for its in-person and virtual conference.
The Port of Southampton has welcomed the opening of its newest cruise terminal. The ribbon cutting took place as part of London International Shipping Week.
Royal Caribbean International has announced that the largest cruise ship in the world, Wonder of the Seas, will debut in the United States next year.
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.