For the oldest passenger shipping company in the world, with a celebrated British heritage, its choice of name for the new ship could become rather political.
A world-class cruise experience is essential if Africa is to increase its share of the lucrative, but highly competitive international cruise industry, especially given its remote location at the southern tip of Africa.
Cruises are an attractive holiday option for many people the world over. The ability to see other countries combined with good weather and everything you could ever want on a holiday undoubtedly […]
The world’s first full-scale shipboard racetrack is now on the water, in a project which has brought the best out of German karting technology specialist, RiMO Supply and Dutch decking specialist, Bolidt […]
A recently released report by Restrata, a global leader in safety and security consultancy and training services, has warned of the continued need for improved hotel security to protect employees and guests […]
The recently concluded Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum revealed bright prospects for cruise tourism in the United Arab Emirates, with Dubai and Abu Dhabi set to welcome 1.5-million cruise visitors by 2020.
The Dubai Harbour project was launched this week by the ruler of Dubai and Vice President of the UAE, Sheikh Mohammad. The major new waterfront destination will be 20-million square feet in […]
Abu Dhabi Ports has officially opened Sir Bani Yas Cruise Beach, offering cruise ship passengers a new beach destination with unmatched tourism experiences in what is a first of its kind cruise […]
When planning your dream wedding, here’s a tip: You don’t have to limit yourself to your own back yard. For the ultimate in romance, consider getting married on a cruise ship at […]
What can we expect to see aboard this new comer to the cruise industry? A new cruise line that Richard Branson has promised will “shake things up” and offer a “new cruise experience.”
The entire engineering and design of the ships’ engine rooms and fuel tanks will be radically different to current cruise ships.
Virgin Cruises is expected to launch in 2019 and Sir Richard Branson, the tycoon behind the Virgin Group, has previously indicated that the cruise line would be launched with new tonnage, but until now we’ve had no indication of what these new cruise ships will look like, or the on-board facilities and amenities they’ll feature.
Just hours after the tragic events, MSC Cruises’ Crisis Team reached the ship in Tunis and set to work providing assistance and support to guests directly impacted by the attacks.
Dubai has invested millions of dollars in cruise infrastructure and is the primary cruise port of the Middle East – Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital, does not intend to take this lying down!
The South African cruising public could be forgiven for thinking that the South African cruise industry is dominated by MSC Cruises, and in fact they would be correct, MSC Cruises have been […]
MSC’s project to ‘stretch’ all four the smaller cruise ships in their fleet is the most recent refit of its kind, but this practise has been around far longer than you might […]
It appears that Royal Caribbean International’s new Quantum-class cruise ships will be the gift that keeps on giving! Apart from the prolific number of new ‘at sea’ attractions these cruise ships will […]
First discovered in 1976, Ebola is an extremely dangerous virus that causes a severe hemorrhagic fever in humans and other primates – it is so deadly that the western world has classified […]
The Middle East cruise industry is small in comparison to more developed markets like Europe and North America, but it is growing rapidly.
Millennials, or young adults, are the new market of choice for cruise lines, they offer the perfect escape for young holidaymakers, so why is it proving so hard for cruise lines to […]