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CELEBRITY CRUISES FIRST-EVER EDGE SERIES ALASKA ITINERARIES SET SAIL

CELEBRITY CRUISES FIRST-EVER EDGE SERIES ALASKA ITINERARIES SET SAIL

20 May 2024 Press Release Cruise News

For the first time ever, Celebrity Edge®, the ship that introduced the revolutionary outward-facing design, calls Alaska home for the summer. Today, Celebrity Edge will embark on her maiden sailing roundtrip from Seattle on a seven-night Dawes Glacier itinerary with stops in Juneau, Ketchikan, and Skagway.

New Design Unveiled for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024: The Discover More Garden

New Design Unveiled for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024: The Discover More Garden

Viking®, one of the world’s leading travel companies, which offers river, ocean and expedition voyages on all seven continents, today announced a new collaboration with award-winning garden designer Paul Hervey-Brookes at the 2024 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which will take place from 21 – 25 May. The Discover More Garden sponsored by Viking will act as a gateway welcoming guests into the balcony garden section, showcasing best practices and excellence in horticulture and offering practical tips and inspiration for visitors.

Princess Cruises to Sail Largest-Ever Europe Cruise and Cruisetour Season in 2026

Princess Cruises to Sail Largest-Ever Europe Cruise and Cruisetour Season in 2026

11 May 2024 Press Release Cruise News

Princess Cruises is going big in Europe for 2026. The “Love Boat” line today announced that its 2026 European cruise and cruisetour season will be its biggest ever, with five Princess cruise ships sailing the region, including the sensational new Sun Princess. Set to sail on a record-breaking 222 cruises, guests will have unparalleled opportunities to explore the beauty and diversity of Europe.

Oceania Cruises Announces Four-Category Upgrade Sale

Oceania Cruises Announces Four-Category Upgrade Sale

10 May 2024 Press Release Cruise News

Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, is offering guests an ultra-premium experience in addition to ultimate value with an up to four-category upgrade on more than 60 sailings throughout 2024 and 2025 across the world.

AROYA Cruises Signs MOU with Production Powerhouse MBC STUDIOS at Arabian Travel Market 2024

AROYA Cruises Signs MOU with Production Powerhouse MBC STUDIOS at Arabian Travel Market 2024

AROYA Cruises, the new Arabian cruise line from PIF-owned company Cruise Saudi, and MBC STUDIOS, a leading global production powerhouse, by MBC GROUP, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU signing between the two Arabian entities took place at this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, where AROYA Cruises is exhibiting for the first time, and where travel trade leaders, pioneers, and professionals from across the globe have gathered for four days of meetings, networking and events. ATM is the leading global event for the inbound and outbound travel industry in the Middle East.

Princess Cruises Expands Caribbean Program with Return to San Juan Home Port

Princess Cruises Expands Caribbean Program with Return to San Juan Home Port

8 May 2024 Press Release Cruise News

Princess Cruises today announced its return to San Juan, Puerto Rico for a season of Southern Caribbean cruises onboard Grand Princess, from October 2025 through March 2026. This vibrant capital city of Puerto Rico offers rich history and culture with must-see attractions for Princess guests pre- and post-cruise. These seven-day cruises, which visit more ports than any other 7-day Princess cruise to the Caribbean, are on sale May 16.

Princess Cruises Announces Revised 2025 World Cruise Itineraries

Princess Cruises Announces Revised 2025 World Cruise Itineraries

1 May 2024 Press Release Cruise News

Given the ongoing situation in the Red Sea and surrounding area and following extensive consultation with global security experts and government authorities, Princess Cruises is revising the itineraries for its two 2025 World Cruises, which will no longer visit the Middle East or Asia, and now instead, will offer new port stops in Africa and Europe.