News from the 66th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission of Europe reveals the big lie, that anyone in Athens cares about sustainability.
Greece now readily admit that the “Blue Freedom” island vaccination plan to help cruise companies. The sad thing is, nobody seems to care.
German cruise operators TUI and AIDA have announced the relaunch of their cruise programs in May.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the resumption of Greece island cruises for the summer 2021 beginning in June.
TUI continues to ply the choppy waters of Summer vacations bliss in 2021. Meanwhile, the company’s liquidity seems in question over COVID.
Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, an Australian cruise company, has announced its luxury cruises will now include stops at Greek ports for the company’s ship Scenic Eclipse
P&O Cruises has extended the cruise line’s sailing pause until next April, halting all cruises over the second-wave across Europe.
Costa Cruises has announced the temporary suspension of Costa Deliziosa cruises in Greece on account of government measures.
In heavy financial seas because of the coronavirus pandemic, Royal Caribbean Group is on the hunt for $1 billion to stay afloat.
Ocean Rebellion just launched a night-time protest in Weymouth in order to reveal the “dirty truth of the cruise shipping industry”.
Mykonos just welcomed the cruise ship “World Explorer”, the first passenger liner to dock there since the pandemic upset the industry.
TUI Cruises’ Mein Shiff 6 steams into Heraklion’s port virutally unnotticed. The German company manages to become the first to redux cruising in Greece.