Currently being built in Seattle, the 100-passenger coastal ship will operate cruises to remote locations around the world, starting with a voyage to Alaska and British Columbia, which departs on 26 June 2017.
With just over a week to go preparation is underway for seven days of runway shows, inspiring talks, glamorous dinners and exclusive unveilings on board the iconic ocean liner Queen Mary 2. Cunard has brought together some of the most reputable names within the fashion industry to launch the first ever ‘Transatlantic Fashion Week’. The crossing will leave Southampton on the 1st September arriving in to New York on the 8th September the very same day as New York Fashion Week 2016 begins.
The 3,560-passenger cruise ship has been built specifically for the Chinese market, but will make its debut in Europe, operating six weeks’ of Mediterranean voyages from Rome, Barcelona or Athens. Majestic Princess’ inaugural voyage – a five-day Adriatic Sea roundtrip cruise from Rome – will take place on 4 April 2017.
Costa Cruises is to base Costa neoClassica in Mumbai, India between 16 December 2016 and 18 march 2017. Marking the first time the cruise line has homeported a ship in India, the deployment will see Costa neoClassica offering weekly sailings to destinations such as Goa and Cochin in India, as well as the Maldives and Colombo in Sri Lanka.
Costa Cruises reduced its carbon footprint by 2.3 % in 2015, according to its 10th sustainability report. The Sea You Tomorrow – On course for the future report indicated that the cruise line’s various energy efficiency projects have decreased fuel consumption by 3% per passenger per day and reduced energy consumption by 4.8%. By installing the ECO exhaust gas cleaning system on seven ship (equivalent to 46.6% of the fleet), Costa has reduced sulphur oxide emissions by 11%, and nitrogen oxide and particulate matter emissions by 3% each.
The total number of Australians taking an ocean cruise rose by almost 15% to reach a record 1,058,781 passengers in 2015, according to a new Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia report.
For intrepid travellers seeking the next great adventure, it might be time to expand the search into the deep and dark depths of the ocean. According to a recent Skyscanner study, underwater tourism is the next big thing in the travel industry and could become mainstream in less than a decade.
MSC Fantasia is to call at MSC Cruises’ new beach destination on Sir Bani Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from December 2016. Working in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Ports Authority over the past two years, MSC has transformed a 1.5-mile-long section of Sir Bani Yas Island – a natural island off the southwest coast of Abu Dhabi – into a ‘beach oasis destination’.
Carnival Vista has become Carnival Cruise Line’s first ship to earn ECO Notation from classification society Lloyd's Register. The notation recognises that Carnival has designed, built and operates Carnival Vista in a manner that exceeds current maritime statutory environmental regulations.
Scheduled to launch in summer 2017, the two new vessels are set to become among the most luxurious river cruisers operating in the world. Both will measure 135 metres in length and will be able to accommodate 110 passengers in 55 suites.
In an industry first and extraordinarily rare endeavour, Crystal Serenity embarks on a 32-night journey through the Northwest Passage, the Arctic region north of Canada that was unattainable until just 100 years ago
Celebrity Cruises will enter a competitive year-round Caribbean market in 2017 as the company has pulled the 2,850-passenger Celebrity Equinox out of the Western Mediterranean for the 2017 summer, according to a company statement.
A total of 23.2 million global passengers took an ocean cruise in 2015, a 4% rise from 2014 and an increase from the originally predicted 23 million, according to the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA).
Marble is being laid in the restaurants, elaborate tilework is in place at the main pool and carpets are installed in the Observation Lounge and the casino. Designers like Dakota Jackson are dropping in to ensure the details are being implemented according to their vision.
Royal Caribbean Cruises announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with STX France to build a fifth Oasis-class ship for delivery in the Spring of 2021, and two additional Edge-class ships scheduled for delivery in the Fall of each of 2021 and 2022, according to a statement released late on Wednesday May 24.
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