Sales for MSC Cruises’ 2023 world cruise have opened, with MSC Poesia scheduled to depart from Genoa on January 5, sailing 30,000 nautical miles to 33 countries and 53 destinations.
Seabourn chalked up strong booking volume for its 2022 world cruise, which is already more than 50% sold on all segments through the halfway point at Shanghai.
Costa Cruises revised itineraries for this winter on travel restrictions and rising COVID-19 rates in some European countries.
New Fred. Olsen ship, Borealis, will embark on its first world cruise two years from now, with departure possible from Liverpool or Southampton.
Seabourn's 2022 world cruise will visit 72 destinations in 28 countries on five continents in 145 days.
MSC Magnifica's restart is delayed to Oct. 19, and the ship will sail longer (10-night) cruises to both the Western and Eastern Mediterranean, instead of just to the Eastern Med.
Less than a month after cancelling an early 2021 world cruise by Island Princess from North America and a circle South America sailing by Pacific Princess from Australia, Princess Cruises has announced a new 2021/2022 programme.
Princess Cruises canceled its early 2021 world cruise and circle South America cruise on Island Princess and Pacific Princess.
Cunard extended its operating pause from November until March 25 for Queen Elizabeth, April 18 for Queen Mary 2 and May 16 for Queen Victoria.