The German cruise line Phoenix Reisen will cruise a grand voyage up the coast of West Africa from Cape Town in 2023.
The German cruise line Phoenix Reisen is returning to the Middle East next year for a cruise from Dubai to Colombo in Sri Lanka.
The German cruise line Phoenix Reisen has announced the sale of its oldest cruise ship, Albatros, due to reduced demand and the coronavirus-inflicted need to make the company more efficient and profitable.
The new cruise terminal constructed in Walvis Bay and operated by Namport has seen its first cruise season hampered by a lack of re-fueling facilities for cruise ships, reports The Namibian.
German cruise line Phoenix Reisen is cruising from Dubai again in 2021 aboard its classic cruise ship Artania, but this time it’s got a more unusual destination planned than the Med.
TUI Cruises new cruise ship Mein Schiff 6 will cruise from Dubai for the second time in 2020, bound for Europe, while fellow German cruise line Phoenix Reisen are sending their vintage […]
Phoenix Reisen will send its cruise liner Artania to Cape Town in 2020 for a cruise along the South African coast, and across the Indian Ocean to Mauritius.
German cruise line Phoenix Reisen will cruise from Cape Town three times in the coming 2018/2019 season, once with Amadea in 2018 and twice in 2019 with its cruise ship Albatros.
The German cruise line Phoenix Reisen will cruise twice from Dubai in 2019 after purchasing Prinsendam from Holland America Line in July.
There are 43 cruises from Durban in South Africa and 35 cruises from Cape Town during the coming 2018/2019 cruise season. Here’s our list of all of them.
Twenty cruise ships from fourteen lines will cruise from Dubai in 2019 and 2020, while seven cruise lines will homeport in the city offering roundtrip Dubai cruises during the winter cruise season.
Phoenix Reisen offers a low-key, laid-back cruise experience, which fits well with the middle-aged to retired German demographic that it targets.
Here are our top selections of the best cruises from Cape Town, South Africa, and Dubai in the UAE, in 2018 and 2019 to the Seychelles, Maldives and Mauritius in the Indian Ocean.