Topic: Cruise Ship Renovations
Following the project, the Oasis-class ship from Royal Caribbean will sail the Mediterranean out of Barcelona starting in May 2020. Here’s what’s planned.
Seabourn Odyssey's renovations included updates to many public and guest areas, such as Seabourn Square, The Restaurant and the Card Room. Learn more here.
New cruise ships and brands are aiming to attract additional travelers to cruising starting next year. Here’s your in-depth guide to what’s new.
The move will mark the first time one of Royal Caribbean's Royal Amplified ships will sail in the region. Here's more on what's planned.
The 490-guest, all-suite ship is currently sailing on an 11-night London to Dublin voyage. Read more.
The vessel has 342 newly updated staterooms, along with some additional refinements following the work done to the line’s Insignia. Read more.
A new ship update and two major renovations lead this week’s news in the cruise industry. Here's what you need to know.
The 29-day drydock for the Celebrity Cruises ship was the first in the line's $500 million Celebrity Revolution fleet upgrade program. Here's a look at what's changed.
Oceania Cruises has is showing off the new look of the Riviera. Check it out here.
Royal Caribbean has announced plans for a $165 million revitalization project on Oasis of the Seas. Here's an inside look at what guests can expect.