In a glittering finale to an already exceptional year, American Cruise Lines has emerged victorious at the prestigious World Travel Awards Grand Final 2023. The company clinched two coveted titles, solidifying its position as an industry leader. The crowning achievements of “World’s Leading River Cruise Company 2023” and “World’s Leading Small Ships Cruise Line 2023” mark a remarkable testament to American Cruise Lines’ unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, and unparalleled service.
Margaritaville at Sea is offering an entirely new way to float into island time aboard their new flagship vessel, the Margaritaville at Sea Islander. Starting June 14, 2024, the fully-reimagined ship will sail four- and five-night cruises with sun-soaked stops in Key West, Cozumel, and Progreso, expanding the growing cruise line’s itinerary availability to the Gulf of Mexico along with entertainment-packed sea days designed to fully immerse guests in the Margaritaville state of mind. Guests can reserve 2024 sailings online starting today and take advantage of exclusive preview incentives available for a limited time.
Luis Fonsi, Five-Time Latin GRAMMY® Award-Winner and Godfather to Norwegian Viva Welcomed NCL’s Newest Addition in the ‘Cruise Capital of the World’
Viking® (www.viking.com) announced its newest ocean ship—the 998-guest Viking Vela®—was “floated out,” marking a major construction milestone and the first time the ship has touched water. Scheduled to debut in December 2024, the Viking Vela will spend her inaugural season sailing voyages in the Mediterranean and in Northern Europe.
Sailing to Be Hosted by the Line’s Two Master Chefs of France, to Include Special Events, Guest Chefs and Signature Gala Seafood Brunch
Ever been curious about the skies above us? Want to learn more about the Northern Lights, star constellations and space missions? Havila Voyages has announced details of three new Astronomy themed cruises for 2024, accompanied by insightful lecturers from the Royal Astronomical Society.
Royal Caribbean International has officially welcomed the Icon of the Seas, a groundbreaking cruise ship, to its fleet after seven years of planning and 900 days of design and construction. The ship’s delivery ceremony took place at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland, with more than 1,200 crew members and workers in attendance.
Seabourn, the leader in ultra-luxury voyages and expedition travel, celebrated a historical moment when Seabourn Pursuit and Seabourn Venture, the line’s two new ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ships, sailed together side by side for the first time on Wednesday
2026 World Cruise to uncover the natural treasures, regional flavors, and hidden gems of the Ring of Fire, exploring 63 destinations in 14 countries and featuring seven overnights and seven extended stays
Cunard is raising the curtain on an exclusive collaboration that will see acclaimed theatre producer David Pugh bring award-winning shows to the new ship Queen Anne
Bookings are now open for Holland America Line’s 2025-2026 South America and Antarctica season. Featuring a series of longer cruises up to 22 days, guests can experience the region’s captivating blend of diverse cultures, breathtaking natural landscapes and rich historical heritage — including 16 UNESCO World Heritage sites and UNESCO Biosphere Reserves.