Topic: Small Ship Cruises
The Fourth of July travel week was another busy one for new ship updates. Here's what you need to know.
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.
What were the top stories in the cruise industry this year? Here's a look at 10 of the headlines that made the news and were of interest to travel agents who sell cruises.
Carnival Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Ponant and Celebrity Cruises all announced new ship updates this week. Here’s what you need to know.
At the christening ceremony the cruise line announced a new partnership with EarthEcho, a nonprofit organization founded by Philippe Cousteau Jr., to inspire young people to act now for a sustainable future. More here.
The ship, which is the ninth in Ponant’s fleet and the fourth in the luxury cruise line’s Explorer series, departed Søvik, Norway, for Bergen on its inaugural voyage. Here's an inside look at the new vessel.
A new ship update and two major renovations lead this week’s news in the cruise industry. Here's what you need to know.
Sailing global waters less traveled and offering land experiences coupled with a mega-yacht vacation is Beyond Cruises by Group IST, a company also handling U.S. reservations for Variety Cruises. Michael Goren, Beyond Cruises' president and CEO, tells us what's new.
Travel Agent sailed from Detroit to Toronto this past week on Victory Cruise Lines' Victory I and spoke with John Waggoner, president and CEO, Victory Cruise Lines. Check out our first-hand observations and slide show.
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has announced it will begin construction of a second yacht this year with expected delivery in 2021. Here's the latest.