The news from MSC Cruises shows that cruise lines aren't shrinking their ambitions — or the size of ship orders — as they plan far into the future.
Lindblad Expeditions is trying to reach affluent, active travelers with plenty of time to spend exploring as the company embarks on a five-year growth plan.
The CEO of Celebrity Cruises has said she wants the cruise line's marketing to stand out from the rest of the industry. Hiring an outsider — from Airbnb no less — shows how serious she was.
We don't see a variation of Boaty McBoatface on the horizon for any Royal Caribbean ships, but the April 1 announcement did generate some attention — which was, of course, the whole point.
Carnival Corp. and competitors are looking at long-term potential rather than short-term pricing pressure in China.
Carnival Corp.'s stock has been declining all year but the first quarter numbers gave it a boost.
There are a lot of reasons why river cruising is so much popular across the pond than it is here, but operators in the U.S. are hoping new itineraries and lower prices will entice more cruisers to sail domestically.
Travel to regions affected by terror might face a difficult recovery, but that fear doesn't seem to spill over to most major cruise line destinations.
Our airports and other transit points would already be safer if leaders didn't rely on poorly paid employees with little job security.
With approval from the Cuban government in hand, Carnival Corp. will become the first cruise company in more than 50 years to operate sailings between the U.S. and Cuba. It certainly won't be the last.