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.
Eastern Caribbean destinations like Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and the US Virgin Islands already welcome tens of thousands of cruise passengers per day after recovering from 2017's tragic and unprecedented hurricane season, but they are looking to the future.
In a move to strengthen the entire South Pacific region as a desirable international cruise destination, CLIA Australasia md Joel Katz has renewed a memorandum of understanding with South Pacific Tourism Organisation chief executive Chris Cocker.
Gibraltar's newest tourist attraction, the Skywalk, stands 340mtr directly above sea level offering 360-degree views of three countries and two continents and linking to other popular sites for cruise passengers visiting the Upper Rock Nature Reserve including the Windsor Suspension Bridge and the famous Apes’ Den via a series of walking trails.
Alaska cruises jumped to the top spot from last year’s fifth place to become the most booked domestic vacation for 2018, according to findings from Travel Leaders Group’s 2018 Travel Trends Survey.
Acapulco and Guerrero state officials have embraced Cruise & Maritime Voyages' plans to begin operating Magellan from the port of Acapulco in February 2019.
St. Kitts' Minister of Tourism Lindsay F.P. Grant valiantly competed in a table tennis challenge to raise funds for the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's charitable foundation this week at Seatrade Cruise Global.
Caribbean cruise destinations hardest hit by hurricanes Irma and Maria last summer are aiming to fortify their storm–fighting arsenal with best practices developed from lessons learned in the powerful storms.