Windstar Cruises has released a collection of 2020 South Pacific itineraries operated by Wind Spirit that include ports in far north Australia.
For the first time in Southeast Asia, two Princess Cruises’ ships—Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess—have docked in several ports in Southeast Asia on the same day. The sister ships are sailing in the region for the Singapore homeporting season.
Prince Edward Island's Port Charlottetown projects 146,000 passengers and 63,000 crew to arrive for the 2019 cruise season, set to kick off May 1. That tops 2018's record of nearly 98,000 passengers and 44,000 crew.
Media representatives were invited on board Norwegian Jewel at Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal today for a special performance of the Australian hit musical ‘Velvet.’
Advantage Travel Partnership CEO Julia Lo Bue-Said will serve as the godmother for AmaDouro at festivities in Porto, Portugal, on April 12. She is AmaWaterways' first British godmother.
Neptun Ship Design in Rostock is being acquired as an independent subsidiary of MV Werften to provide design services for the shipyard group. In addition to MV Werften's own designers at its yards in Wismar, Rostock and Stralsund and a designer network throughout Europe, further significant engineering capacities are being united under one roof.
The Port of Galveston finalized a new agreement with Disney Cruise Line extending preferential berthing agreement rights for an additional 10 years with an option to renew for two additional five year periods, effective Nov. 1, 2018.
Longtime river cruise specialist Scylla AG is branching out into ocean cruising with the purchase of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' Bremen in 2021. The sale price was not disclosed.
Oceania Cruises, known for its culinary mastery, unveiled the Dom Pérignon Experience at La Reserve. This first of its kind dining experience pairs six palate piquing courses with a different expression and vintage of Dom Pérignon’s acclaimed vintages.