From November 20, 2021 to March 5, 2022 La Belle de l’Adriatique will sail from Hurghada, Egypt along the Sinaï Peninsula on an eight-day itinerary that includes visits to historic sites and natural landmarks in both Egypt and Jordan.
Carnival Cruise Line expanded the functionality of its Hub app to include enhanced food and beverage features, spa and shore excursion booking capabilities, virtual queuing and updated health and safety information.
From June 26, cruise passengers and crew vaccinated with a European Medicines Agency (EMA)-approved vaccine will be permitted ashore in Denmark under new rules set by Danish authorities.
Travelers not fully vaccinated for COVID-19 will have to buy insurance and, to go ashore, 'bubble' excursions, MSC Cruises said in opening sales for US-based ships. Testing at embarkation and masks indoors will be required of all passengers.
Puerto Plata's new cruise pier at Taino Bay is poised to begin welcoming ships in December from a range of lines, including Virgin Voyages.
Sweden’s first cruise call of the year where passengers will be able to go ashore to visit Gothenburg, Visby and Stockholm takes place June 15, owing to collaborative efforts among the three ports and regulatory authorities.
Tura Turizm owner Erkunt Öner, who had a passion for travel and was a pioneer of cruise tourism in his home country of Turkey, died Thursday of a heart attack.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said fully vaccinated cruisers may engage in self-guided or independent exploration during port calls, if they wear a mask indoors.
A private beach awaits MSC Seaside passengers at the historic port of Taranto in southern Italy, and MSC Cruises expects to introduce more such experiences in the Mediterranean this summer.
Silversea Cruises opened bookings for its recently announced inaugural voyages on Silver Moon to the Eastern Mediterranean, departing from Greece starting June 18.