News:News Headlines

News Headlines

Seatrade announced that Portugal’s capital city, Lisbon, will be the 2018 venue for the largest cruise industry event focusing on the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas – Seatrade Cruise Med…
On the day the UK triggers Article 50 to start its departure from the European Union, David Dingle, chairman of Maritime UK and also chair of Carnival UK, will be…
Around-one-and-a-half-billion dollars was spent on cruise ship refurbishments in 2016, according to new research conducted by Seatrade.
Since January, Cruise Scotland has added four full members – Fort William, Port Ellen, Northern Lighthouse Board (Oban), and Scalloway/Shetland Islands Council – bringing its ports around Scotland to 20.
Guests on selected Europa 2 2017/18 itineraries can keep fit and train alongside three-time Olympic ski champion Maria Höfl-Riesch, reports Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.    
Celebrity Cruises is taking the story of Celebrity Edge on a cross-country journey. The ‘Leading Edge Mobile Cinema’ will make 48 stops over 12 weeks, beginning March 29 through June…
Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) in association with Vegan Travel, is planning a special all vegan cruise on board Columbus sailing on September 25, 2017 from the London Cruise Terminal…
Portsmouth International Port will play a big part in Saga’s cruise schedule for 2018, with a total of 15 visits planned for next year.      
Peace Boat is celebrating its 35th anniversary next year and to coincide with this landmark, the company announced its 100th cruise.
A record number of Europeans took cruises in 2016 despite it being 'a particularly difficult year for the industry’ according to CLIA Europe chairman Kerry Anastassiadis.
Page 1 of 622