Articles tagged “cruise ships”

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Investor Day: More Ships, More Premium – And Cost Cuts

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is setting its sights on the premium market, enticing well-heeled travelers with the promise of more balcony cabins and a "ship-within-a-ship" concept that caters to multigenerational cruisers.

Norwegian Cruise Investor Day: More Ships, More Premium – And Cost Cuts

Cruises

5 Facts About Aman’s Luxury Yacht

Aman has postponed the launch of its first yacht-style cruise offering until at least 2027. When it debuts, the palatial motor yacht will fuse Eastern mystique and minimalist chic.

5 Facts About Aman’s Luxury Yacht

Cruises

Lindblad and Disney to Boost Marketing of National Geographic Cruises

A greatly expanded marketing deal with Disney's National Geographic brand, plus record earnings and revenue, might steer Lindblad Expedition into new waters for potential acquisition.

Lindblad and Disney to Boost Marketing of National Geographic Cruises

Hotels

7 Facts About The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

Superyachts run by Marriott brand Ritz-Carlton are setting the pace in a new segment. If you're short on ideas for Valentine's Day, now's the time to drop a hint.

7 Facts About The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

Cruises

India Bets on Cruises: New Ports, More Ships – Big Goals

Destinations, cruise service providers and the government have been sitting up and taking note of the country’s potential in generating revenues and jobs. Now only if the sailing is smooth.

India Bets on Cruises: New Ports, More Ships – Big Goals

Cruises

Argentina Revamps Cruise Ships Terminal to Capture Demand for Antarctica Trips

Ushuaia is trying to stay ahead of the curve with this expansion, maintaining leadership on Antarctica trips and standing out among nearby ports, in a time when cruise ship companies continue to add vessels for this route.  

Argentina Revamps Cruise Ships Terminal to Capture Demand for Antarctica Trips

Cruises

Carnival Sees Highest-Ever Future Bookings — Thank You, North America

Carnival's North America market continues to be a star performer, and Europe is doing very well. Still, that won't be enough to return Carnival to full health post-pandemic. It needs to speed up growth in Asia and Australia.

Carnival Sees Highest-Ever Future Bookings — Thank You, North America

Cruises

Norway’s CEO Evangelist for Electric Cruise Ships

Having seen the impact of climate change firsthand, Hurtigruten Group's Daniel Skjeldam is driven by a powerful motivation to innovate even if it means eating the associated higher costs of electricity-powered ships to drive the industry forward. Hopefully other cruise operators will come around.

Norway’s CEO Evangelist for Electric Cruise Ships

News Blog

Accor Takes Over Legendary QE2 Ship For Floating Hotel in Dubai

Well, never accuse Accor of not experimenting with new things, maybe to a fault: it has taken over the operations of the legendary cruise liner and ship Queen Elizabeth 2. The cruise ship will undergo further upgrades and renovations prior to joining the MGallery Hotel Collection. Situated in Dubai’s Port Rashid, It becomes Dubai’s first…

Cruises

Venice’s Big Money Conundrum to Solving Its Cruise Ship Crisis

Venice's struggle to deal with oversize cruise ships is constantly in the headlines, but beware of anyone claiming a solution has been reached — the situation is beset with complications of almost every kind.

Venice’s Big Money Conundrum to Solving Its Cruise Ship Crisis