Itinerary planning 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.

Scarlet Lady to sail from Portsmouth in maiden voyage

Scarlet Lady to sail from Portsmouth in maiden voyage

Portsmouth International Port

By Alex Smith | 09 April 2021

The ship will be the largest to depart from the British port

Returning to the homeland after the pandemic

Returning to the homeland after the pandemic
By Susan Parker | 09 April 2021

Federico Bartoli tells Susan Parker why Costa Cruises is focusing on its long history with Italy as its primary route back to cruising

Federico Bartoli explains why Costa Cruises is focusing on Italy as its route back to cruising

Lindblad Expeditions resuming voyages in summer

Lindblad Expeditions resuming voyages in summer

Lindblad Expeditions

By Alex Smith | 06 April 2021

The cruise line will restart sailings in Alaska and the Galapagos islands in June

Princess Cruises to offer UK summer cruises

Princess Cruises to offer UK summer cruises

Princess Cruises

By Alex Smith | 24 March 2021

Regal Princess and Sky Princess will sail itineraries ranging from three to seven nights

Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park to reopen in June

Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park to reopen in June

British Virgin Islands Ports Authority

By Alex Smith | 23 March 2021

British Virgin Island will accept calls from vessels with fully vaccinated passengers and crew

Celebrity Cruises to resume sailing in Caribbean in June

Celebrity Cruises to resume sailing in Caribbean in June

Celebrity Cruises

By Alex Smith | 22 March 2021

The renovated Celebrity Millennium will sail roundtrip voyages from St. Maarten

Cunard to celebrate 100 years of world cruises with centenary sailings

Cunard to celebrate 100 years of world cruises with centenary sailings

Cunard

By Alex Smith | 19 March 2021

Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria will sail on two voyages around the world in 2023

Malta approves safety guidelines for continuation of cruising

Malta approves safety guidelines for continuation of cruising

Valletta Cruise Port

By Alex Smith | 18 March 2021

Valletta Cruise Port has been receiving calls weekly since August 2020

P&O Cruises reveals details of summer voyages in the UK

P&O Cruises reveals details of summer voyages in the UK

P&O Cruises

By Alex Smith | 17 March 2021

All passengers will need to have received two doses of an approved vaccine

Dream Cruises welcomes 100,000th passenger since resuming operations

Dream Cruises welcomes 100,000th passenger since resuming operations

Dream Cruises

By Alex Smith | 16 March 2021

The voyages began on 6 November 2020 as a safe travel option for Singaporeans

Viking to resume cruises along England's coast this May

Viking to resume cruises along England's coast this May

Viking

By Rebecca Gibson | 16 March 2021

Voyages will be offered exclusively to UK residents and be offered on new ship Viking Venus

Crystal Cruises to be the first to sail from The Bahamas in July 2021

Crystal Cruises to be the first to sail from The Bahamas in July 2021

Crystal Cruises

By Rebecca Gibson | 12 March 2021

Crystal Serenity will be the first ocean vessel to sail from the Americas since March 2020

P&O Cruises to offer series of summer cruises in the UK

P&O Cruises to offer series of summer cruises in the UK

P&O Cruises

By Alex Smith | 05 March 2021

The voyages around the British coastline will depart from the Port of Southampton

MedCruise highlights outdoor activities in final video clip

MedCruise highlights outdoor activities in final video clip

MedCruise

By Alex Smith | 05 March 2021

The marketing campaign aims to promote the Mediterranean to cruise guests

Port Canaveral becomes first LNG cruise port in the USA

Port Canaveral becomes first LNG cruise port in the USA

Canaveral Port Authority

By Alex Smith | 04 March 2021

New Q-LNG 4000 bunker barge will deliver fuel to cruise vessels visiting the port

Royal Caribbean International to sail from Israel for the first time

Royal Caribbean International to sail from Israel for the first time

Royal Caribbean International 

By Alex Smith | 02 March 2021

The cruise line will offer fully vaccinated sailings with the support of the Israeli government

Mystic Cruises refits newly acquired ship Vasco da Gama

Mystic Cruises refits newly acquired ship Vasco da Gama

TecnoVeritas

By Alex Smith | 02 March 2021

The vessel will be equipped with emissions technology in project led by TecnoVeritas

American Cruise Lines deploys sixth ship in Pacific Northwest

American Cruise Lines deploys sixth ship in Pacific Northwest

American Cruise Lines

By Alex Smith | 26 February 2021

Modern riverboat American Harmony will sail along the Columbia and Snake Rivers

Shore power to be developed at PortMiami

Shore power to be developed at PortMiami
By Alex Smith | 23 February 2021

Miami-Dade County, Florida Power & Light and six cruise companies will work together on project

Heraklion Port Authority makes plans for 2021 return

Heraklion Port Authority makes plans for 2021 return

Port Authority of Piraeus

By Alex Smith | 22 February 2021

The port has established a series of agreements with local and international partners during the pandemic

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