Happy Anniversary Queen Victoria!

Cunard Line’s Queen Victoria celebrates her fifth anniversary today, as five years ago she departed on her Maiden Voyage from her homeport of Southampton – a day after being named by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall with HRH The Prince of Wales in attendance. Since then she has sailed over half a million nautical miles, […]

American Cruise Lines Announces 2013 Alaska Guest Speakers

American Cruise Lines, operator of the newest riverboats and small cruise ships in the United States, has announced today the guest speakers to be featured aboard its 2013 Alaska Inside Passage cruises. Renowned enlighteners, authors, historians and naturalists have been invited to join guests onboard to offer expertise and unique insight on a range of […]

Norwegian Opens Summer and Year-Round 2014 Itineraries

Norwegian Cruise Line today announced and opened for sale its 2014 summer and year-round cruises. The deployment includes the line’s newest and most innovative ships Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway in their respective homeports of New York and Miami, along with three ships in Alaska, and four in Europe for the summer.  Norwegian will also […]

Mediterranean Itineraries in a 12-Day Holiday Sale

  The holiday season is in full swing, and to celebrate the 12 Days of Christmas Costa Cruises is holding a 12-day holiday sale featuring the lowest fares of the season on popular Mediterranean itineraries. Dec. 10-22 the line will showcase deals on eastern and western Mediterranean cruises departing between January and May 2013, making […]

Serenade of the Seas Reemerges from Drydock

Royal Caribbean International’s Serenade of the Seas has reemerged from its three week $29 million drydock at Navantia Ship Yard in Cadiz, Spain, with a host of new dining concepts, entertainment options and technology advancements originally introduced to industry-wide acclaim aboard Oasis-class ships. Serenade of the Seas, a Radiance-class ship, is the eighth ship overall […]