Princess Cruises said its two Sky Suites aboard the new Sky Princess—debuting in October—will have balconies of 1,012 square feet (starboard side) and 947 square feet (port side). Previously, the line had said the balconies would measure 700 square feet.

Marella Explorer 2, the first adults-only addition to the Marella Cruises fleet, is now on the blocks in Cadiz, Spain, undergoing an eight-week refurbishment.

Following what Carnival Cruise Line called 'tremendous response' to its first sailings from San Francisco, the line is adding five voyages to Carnival Miracle’s previously announced inaugural schedule in 2020.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd's head of sales of Asia Pacific, Josh Wen, is expanding his role to cover Singapore trade sales.

Carnival Cruise Line launched a new print advertising campaign developed in collaboration with SapientRazorfish aimed at travel trade publications serving the agent community. The ads emphasize what makes travel advisers special—their ability to deliver transformative experiences at sea to clients.

Shipyard De Hoop in the Netherlands successfully launched Celebrity Flora, the luxury expedition vessel Celebrity Cruises is building expressly for Galápagos service.

Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, mainland China’s busiest cruise port, set a new record with a total 26,000 cruise passengers either disembarking or embarking in one day.

 

 

 

Carnival Cruise Line's 2020 newbuild Mardi Gras will have six themed zones—Grand Central, French Quarter, La Piazza, Summer Landing, Lido and The Ultimate Playground.

With just over one month until MSC Bellissima enters service, MSC Cruises revealed the all-star lineup for the ship's naming ceremony in Southampton on March 2.

Spanning seven decks and 17.5 meters/57.4 feet, the giant LED screen on Hurtigruten's soon-to-debut Roald Amundsen will give travelers a memorable welcome when they step aboard.

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