The three Seaside-class cruise ships (MSC has ordered another with one on option) are intended to bring the sea closer to passengers.
The cruise industry has high expectations of Carnival Vista, and from what has been revealed about her so far, Carnival Cruise Line seems to be on the right course.
Cruise Arabia & Africa was recently given unprecedented access to the most famous ship in the world and allowed to photograph her from stem to stern in the early hours of a stifling summer morning in Dubai.
Launched in 2013, the 330m Royal Princess is the new flagship of this illustrious brand, and with the launch of her sister ship, Regal Princess, imminent, Cruise Arabia & Africa jumped at […]
Joining her sister ships Odyssey and Sojourn, Quest is the ultimate luxury cruise liner, combining Seabourn’s traditionalism with the most modern, chic features and carrying her passengers around the world in style […]
Launched in 2011, the 114,500 gross ton Costa Favolosa is Costa’s newest ship and the latest addition to the Concordia-class mega cruise liners, joining her sister ships Serena (of Cruise Diaries fame) […]
Yacht-like intimacy, ocean liner elegance and six-star all-inclusive service are the hallmarks of a Silversea voyage and after her 2017 refit and refurbishment, Silver Wind is more glamorous than ever.
Seven Seas Voyager is a mid-size cruise liner, but large by luxury ship standards. Following her extensive 2017 refit, we take an in-depth look at her and all she offers.
Looking larger than she is after her 2015 ‘Renaissance refit’, MSC Lirica also offers more public rooms and activities than one might expect, providing the perfect escape for families and the young especially.