Silversea Cruises is poised to welcome back all luxury travelers aboard its fleet of ultra-luxury ships with adjusted COVID-19 protocols that align closely with many land-based travel options. Effective September 5, Silversea Cruises will welcome all travelers on board its ships regardless of vaccination status where local regulations allow.
Virgin Voyages has plans to launch its loyalty program: The Sailing Club. The line has also unveiled a perks program for the remainder of 2022. Guests who avail of these perks can achieve elite status when the loyalty program launches in 2023.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the world’s leading luxury cruise line, has once again topped its own single-day booking record with the launch of its 2024-2025 Voyage Collection as sales commenced on August 24, 2022.
Royal Caribbean Group announced today its plan to implement SpaceX’s Starlink – making the Group the first in the cruise industry to adopt its high-speed, low-latency connectivity for a better onboard experience for guests and crew fleetwide
The brochure features a range of new voyages onboard Emerald Azzurra and Emerald Sakara, which is set to debut in late 2023. Highlights include Caribbean and Central American voyages, Transatlantic sailings and new ports of calls across the Mediterranean and Adriatic Sea.
With a rise in travelers wanting to explore global destinations without taking international flights, Holland America Line is launching its “See the World from Your Doorstep” campaign, highlighting the cruise line’s leadership in roundtrip travel from U.S. homeports.
Tradewind Voyages has decided to cancel all remaining planned voyages up to October 2023 as it continues to “realign its business and financing structure”.
The newest riverboat for the Mississippi River passed sea trials late last week and is on its way to New Orleans for an on-time start to its inaugural season on the mighty Mississippi.
A little more than a week after dropping vaccination requirements on some cruises, Royal Caribbean has opened up most of its sailings to unvaccinated cruisers.
Guests sailing from Sydney on 1 October on a nine-night itinerary have been advised that they will now make history as New Caledonia reopens its maritime borders to cruise tourism.