Conrad Combrink, Silversea’s svp expeditions and destination experiences, told Seatrade Cruise News that Australia is back as No. 2 global market for the company’s expedition voyages, after the United States.
About a third of passengers on Silver Muse’s second season in Australasia will be domestic, with the remainder coming from Silversea’s core international markets of the US, Canada and the UK, according to md Asia Pacific Adam Armstrong.
Jalesh Cruises, a start-up catering to the Indian domestic as well as international source markets, took delivery of its first ship, Karnika, the former Pacific Jewel from P&O Australia, on Tuesday in Singapore.
The shops on newly introduced Costa Venezia feature prestigious designer brands, many carried for the first time at sea, and the largest beauty space ever offered on a cruise ship. Starboard Cruise Services curated this Italian-style shopping experience for longtime partner Costa Cruises' first newbuild for China.
Xu Juehui, general manager of Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal Development Co., Ltd, is calling for legislation at the National People's Congress and the Chinese Political Consultative Conference to protect the rights of cruise passengers.
At a lunch on board Insignia in Sydney Monday Steve Odell, snr vp and md Asia Pacific of Norwegian Cruse Line Holdings Ltd, confirmed that Australia is the second most important cruise market in the world for Oceania Cruises.
Antonio Paradiso, md of MSC Cruises UK & Ireland celebrated his third anniversary heading up the UK & Ireland source markets for the cruise line on Friday, the day MSC Bellissima debuted in Southampton.
Harry Sommer, president international of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, made his first visit to Auckland this month where the company opened a dedicated office last June ‘to support demand from local passengers.’