Topic: Cruise Information
Carnival announced that the first steel was cut for the line’s first XL ship, to be delivered in 2020. The 180,000-ton ship’s livery was also revealed. Here’s the latest.
Planned for next August, the ASTA Global Convention will welcome top executives from Hilton, Carnival, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean. Learn who will be coming.
The $250 million undertaking is going to impact all aspects of the guest experience for the small ship cruise line's three Star Class vessels.
Princess Cruises announced its lineup of 2020 Alaska cruises, including 11 cruise-only voyages and 25 ‘cruisetour’ itineraries. Read more about it here.
The U.S. and Canada markets showed strong growth to the destinations, and an impressive finish to the year is expected by the Ministry of Tourism and Investment.
Crystal River Cruises has announced its full 2021 lineup, including a new in-depth sailing through Hungary, Serbia and Croatia; a flower-focused trip through Belgium and the Netherlands; and more. Take a look.
The cruise company is debuting a program for a limited number of guests on each cruise that provides exclusive benefits and amenities. Check out more.
The marketing group for home-based travel advisors is appointing Joe Jiffo to the position of vice president, business development for the United States, effective immediately. Check out more.
Carnival Cruise Lines introduced the 2020 schedules for the Carnival Radiance and the Carnival Sunrise. Destinations will include Italy, Greece, Bermuda, the Bahamas and Cuba.