Royal Caribbean International have announced that its new cruise ship Icon of the Seas, the first of a new class of ships, and the first LNG-powered vessel in the fleet, will homeport […]
Celebrity Cruises‘ new Edge-class cruise ship Celebrity Ascent will headline an 8-ship line-up for the cruise line in the Caribbean during the 2023/24 winter season.
Norwegian Cruise Line‘s new Prima-class cruise ship Norwegian Viva will debut in 2023 with a program of cruises to Europe and the Caribbean, but her inaugural season will be spent in the […]
Wonder of the Seas will no longer be cruising from Dubai next year as previously anticipated, due to the cancellation of her Asian cruise season.
P&O Cruises is expands international sailings this autumn with new cruise itineraries aboard Britannia in the Caribbean.
Princess Cruises has secured permission from the CDC to plan a US cruise restart from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Ft. Lauderdale this fall.
Despite the unprecedented disruption to the cruise industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disney Cruise Line is pushing ahead with plans to open a second private island cruise destination in the Caribbean.
Royal Caribbean has announced a six-ship line-up for its return to cruising from the United States, beginning with a Fourth of July weekend sailing aboard Freedom of the Seas.
Celebrity Cruises, which is only sailing with vaccinated guests when it resumes cruise services in the UK, Caribbean and Greece, has relaxed several of its COVID-19 safety protocols.
Princess Cruises has revealed its 2023 Caribbean cruise season, along with its Canada and New England program, visiting 28 destinations and featuring 48 cruise departures.
Princess Cruises has released its 2022/23 Caribbean and Panama Canal program, with 87 departures on 21 different itineraries.
Holland America Line will mark the 25th anniversary of Half Moon Cay, its private island in The Bahamas, with a seven-ship line up for the 2022/23 winter Caribbean cruise season. Two of […]
Seabourn will homeport Seabourn Odyssey in Barbados for the 2021 summer cruise season, sailing a series of 7-night roundtrip cruises in the Caribbean from the island.
The cruise industry and its supporters aren’t letting up the pressure on the CDC to allow a cruise restart in the US, with Florida now suing the federal government.
Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises until the end of June, citing ongoing uncertainty over when the CDC and US transport officials will allow cruises to resume from US ports.
A Norwegian Cruise Line restart is finally happening, with the cruise line confirming that it will put three ships back into service in the Caribbean and Mediterranean in 2021. Norwegian Joy, Jade […]
Cruise lines are increasingly making moves to homeport their cruise ships in the Caribbean and offer fly-cruise packages to the North American market as US transportation and health authorities continue to assess […]
Carnival Cruise Line Caribbean voyages with homeports in the Bahamas are not currently under consideration according to Christine Duffy, President of Carnival Cruise Line.
P&O Cruises new ship Arvia, it’s second Excel-class cruise ship, will homeport in Barbados and Antigua from January, 2023, offering Arvia Caribbean fly-cruise packages for the UK cruise market. Arvia is a […]
Celebrity Cruises will resume cruises in June, homeporting Celebrity Millennium in St. Maarten, while Royal Caribbean International will restart cruising the same both, but from Nassau aboard Adventure of the Seas.