Cruise news

The world’s ocean, expedition and river cruise lines must evolve constantly to ensure they can meet the demands and expectations of their guests, ports and destinations and regulatory bodies. From ordering new cruise ships, to refitting and upgrading existing vessels, and creating new onboard and onshore experiences, the cruise lines always have news to share.

Dora the Explorer to be godmother for Pacific Explorer

Dora the Explorer to be godmother for Pacific Explorer
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 23, 2017

Nickelodeon character to christen P&O Cruises ship in Sydney on 2 July

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company to make cruise industry debut in 2019

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company to make cruise industry debut in 2019
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 23, 2017

Tillberg Design of Sweden to help design the three new cruise yachts

Viking Sky christened under the midnight sun in Tromsø

Viking Sky christened under the midnight sun in Tromsø
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 23, 2017

New ship is the third in Viking Ocean Cruises' fleet and will sail in Scandinavia and the Baltic

Crystal Cruises to offer three Formula 1 Grand Prix excursions

Crystal Cruises to offer three Formula 1 Grand Prix excursions
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 23, 2017

Shorex will take guests to Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi this November

MSC Meraviglia makes her maiden call in Malta

MSC Meraviglia makes her maiden call in Malta
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, June 22, 2017

New MSC Cruises' ship will make weekly calls at Valletta Cruise Port throughout summer 2017

Victory Cruise Line gets Cuba approval

Victory Cruise Line gets Cuba approval
By Guest | Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Small-ship operator Victory Cruise Lines offers travellers the perfect way to see all that Cuba has to offer, while complying with US Government regulations, says president and CEO Bruce Nierenberg

President and CEO Bruce Nierenberg tells us why the line offers the perfect way to travel to Cuba

AmaWaterways expands Southeast Asia itineraries for 2018-2019

AmaWaterways expands Southeast Asia itineraries for 2018-2019
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, June 20, 2017

River cruise line to offer cruise and land packages in Vietnam and Cambodia

American Cruise Lines to double Pacific Northwest capacity in 2018

American Cruise Lines to double Pacific Northwest capacity in 2018
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 16, 2017

American Constellation will move to US West Coast and sail 18 cruises in Alaska

Polar adventures with an expedition expert

Polar adventures with an expedition expert
By Guest | Thursday, June 15, 2017

Daniel Skjeldam explains to Sandra Speares why Hurtigruten has a good deal to offer the more adventurous traveller

Daniel Skjeldam explains why Hurtigruten has a good deal to offer the more adventurous traveller

Hatenboer-Water to supply water treatment system for Saga newbuild

Hatenboer-Water to supply water treatment system for Saga newbuild
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, June 15, 2017

The system will disinfect fresh water so it's safe for passengers and crew

Brodosplit floats out Flying Clipper at its yard in Croatia

Brodosplit floats out Flying Clipper at its yard in Croatia
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Newbuild is a five-masted, square-rigged barque and will join Star Clippers later this year

AmaWaterways introduces wellness programme on AmaLyra

AmaWaterways introduces wellness programme on AmaLyra
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Sports scientist Selina Wank has helped to create programme of fitness classes for guests

Cruise & Maritime Voyages christens Columbus in London

Cruise & Maritime Voyages christens Columbus in London
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Former P&O Cruises ship to offer year-round sailings from Tilbury, UK

Crystal Symphony makes records at Portsmouth International Port

Crystal Symphony makes records at Portsmouth International Port
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Crystal ship is the largest cruise vessel to have ever visited the UK port

CroisiEurope launches Douce France II in Strasbourg

CroisiEurope launches Douce France II in Strasbourg
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Former Douce France debuts on the Rhine following extensive refit 

Fred. Olsen starts 2017 cruise season from Liverpool

Fred. Olsen starts 2017 cruise season from Liverpool
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, June 12, 2017

Boudicca will sail 10 itineraries from the Port of Liverpool from June to September

Silversea joins with The Peninsula Hotels to enhance Asia voyages

Silversea joins with The Peninsula Hotels to enhance Asia voyages
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, June 12, 2017

Companies will collaborate to offer guests dining experiences and exclusive events

Port of Barcelona welcomes new AIDAperla

Port of Barcelona welcomes new AIDAperla
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 9, 2017

New AIDA Cruises ship will dock in the Spanish port 31 times this year

MSC Cruises finalises order for two World Class ships

MSC Cruises finalises order for two World Class ships
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, June 5, 2017

Both LNG-powered vessels will be built at STX France and have the world's highest passenger capacity

Liverpool to host 10 ships and 20,000 visitors in first 11 days of 2017 season

Liverpool to host 10 ships and 20,000 visitors in first 11 days of 2017 season
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, June 2, 2017

UK city is set for a record year as it celebrates its 10th anniversary