New holidays include a 12-night tour following the path of the Great Migration through Tanzania and Kenya and an 11-night tour, tracking gorillas through the jungles of Uganda.
Carnival Corporation has reported a net loss of $2.2 billion for the fourth quarter of financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to prevent a return to operation.
Salamanca is the second of three E-Flexer class ships ordered by Brittany Ferries and will join sister-ship Galicia, when she enters service in the spring of 2022.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, the location will offer personal service across the United States, Canada and Mexico, including through a dedicated call centre.
Originally set to launch in August, construction was delayed as the Covid-19 global health crisis forced a shutdown at MV Werften where she is currently under construction.
MSC Cruises said it was in the process of contacting all travel agents and guests affected by the cancellation of two cruises onboard MSC Grandiosa in the wake of changing regulations in Italy.
The line is extending its pause of operations for all departures until April 30th. This includes trips to Alaska, Mexico, the Pacific Coast, Caribbean and Mediterranean.
Princess Cruises has become the latest line to delay its return to operation. The Carnival-owned brand will now not be welcoming guests until at least May 14th this year.
The decision comes as the cruise line and the wider industry continue to work with government and public health authorities on the appropriate time to restart sailing.
The campaign will promote the diverse range of initiatives being rolled out across the industry and by individual cruise lines, as the sector takes its next steps towards a return to service.
After nearly eight years in the Baltic, Cotentin has made a return to the Brittany Ferries fleet. The ship will carry freight from Poole in Dorset to Cherbourg in Normandy.