Princess Cruises launched its first international advertising campaign developed and produced specifically for Asian markets.
The leader of the Southern Cone Ports Corp. (Cono Sur) met with Chile's undersecretary of tourism to strategize about the promotion of cruises to Chile and the country's participation at Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami.
For a taste of what the Virgin Voyages experience promises (hint: one big party of lively, attractive people in fun surroundings), the line's website is fully built out ahead of bookings opening on Valentine's Day.
Ahead of introducing William Wordsworth and George Eliot in the spring, Riviera River Cruises unveiled a sales incentive for North American travel agents.
Cruise and Maritime Voyages is offering what it calls the best-priced opportunity to circumnavigate the globe in comfort. Fares start at $100 per night, per person for the 120-day world cruise in early 2020 aboard the classically designed, mid-sized Columbus.
Windstar Cruises unveiled a new travel agency recognition program, Club 180, a riff on the company's '180 Degrees from Ordinary' tagline. The multi-tier program is designed to reward top-producing agencies with a Top 10 Platinum distinction, a top 11-20 Gold award and a 21+ Silver category.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering savings of up to $1,500 per suite and a shipboard credit of up to $500 for booking select 2019 Alaska sailings.
Paul Gauguin Cruises is promoting a Valentine’s Day gift package with 2019 and 2020 sailings if booked between Jan. 28 and Feb. 16, 2019. And Star Clippers is sweetening the deal for couples booking any 2019 or 2020 cruise with its own romantic package, valid for new bookings made by Feb. 14 this year.
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.