For its late 2019 through early 2020 South America season, Princess Cruises will swing back to a pair of smaller ships than those in its upcoming 2018/19 season and offer three voyages featuring scenic cruising in Antarctica.
Princess Cruises is putting a second neo-panamax ship into its Panama Canal lineup, which consists of five vessels for the fall 2019 through spring 2020 season.
Cruise lines have been getting questions about Hawaii with the intensive news coverage of two weeks of explosions from the Kilauea volcano on the Big Island. Early Thursday's dramatic eruption sent an ash cloud 30,000 feet into the sky.
The new Norwegian Bliss has become the largest passenger ship to transit the Panama Canal since the completion of the canal’s expansion project in 2016.
Princess Cruises' newest ship will join the line's 2019/20 Caribbean program following its debut and launch in the Mediterranean. Sky Princess will start Caribbean cruises in December 2019 with a three-day inaugural sailing from Fort Lauderdale, followed by a series of seven-day eastern and western Caribbean voyages.
Azamara Club Cruises' 2020 program features new immersive land excursions and maiden voyages to South Africa, French Polynesia and Hawaii.
The Port of Lisbon Authority has begun the countdown to Seatrade Cruise Med 2018 – the world’s largest cruise industry event focussed on the Mediterranean and adjoining seas – and this year, an integral element of the recently announced Portugal Shipping Week.
Port of Trondheim is preparing to welcome MSC Meraviglia for the first time on Thursday which coincides with Norway’s National Day. It will be the biggest cruise ship to visit the central Norway port.
Carnival Corp. & plc and Meraas, the government-owned Dubai developer, on Monday signed a strategic partnership aimed at transforming the emirate into a major maritime tourism hub.
Yokohama is gearing up for increased calls and accommodating bigger cruise ships with two new cruise terminals due to be fully operational in 2019.