Voyages to Antiquity launched a new promotion on the North American market, offering special discounts for five Europe 2019 cruises plus free airfare from select gateways.

MedCruise launched a Working Group to promote cruising in the Black Sea at a meeting in Odessa today.

Liverpool’s proposed new cruise terminal development is being showcased in a 90-second ‘fly through’ animation released today.

Ponant expanded its US-based sales and marketing presence with the appointment of two cruise veterans, Jennifer Rosen as director of marketing and Yenedi Perez to the Miami-based sales team.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines reported a successful 3Q, 2018 in which a boost in trade sales by almost 30% was just one of a number of year-on-year (Y-on-Y) headline figures – with the number of booked fly-cruise guests also up by more than 80%.

 

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which doubled capacity this year—but is temporarily back to one ship due to a charter—has been upping its game in areas like guest experience and digital marketing, while rolling out new partnerships.

Crystal Cruises jumped out by announcing its full 2021 deployment, which features extensive exploration of Southeast Asia, China and Japan, four sailings to/from Dublin, and the Holy Land.

A recent Booking.com survey of more than 20,000 global travelers found that 40% of baby boomers had taken a solo trip in the past year and another 21% were planning to take one in the near future.

In an effort to stimulate tourism to Hawaii, Norwegian Cruise Line, along with the Island of Hawai`i Visitors Bureau, hosted a private event Tuesday in Hilo to celebrate the culture, history and people of the islands. The line also announced a limited-time free airfare promotion.

Throughout October, Cruise Lines International Association, its member cruise lines and travel agents are highlighting why travelers should #ChooseCruise.

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