Princess Cruises has announced it will sail the 670-guest Pacific Princess to Europe for the summer of 2021
According to news from GTP, Dolphin Capital Partners (Dolphin), hospitality real estate investors and developers just revealed plans to offer a luxury experience at sea with the launch of the first floating hotel in Greece. While many are heralding the Dolphin’s entrepreneurial spirit and innovation, the question of sustainable tourism practice looms large. The news […]
Last month Crystal Cruises announced having added 10 new ocean sailings to its Crystal Getaways collection featuring abbreviated versions of longer itineraries. The 4 to 10-night voyages ferry passengers to visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites and island paradises from Antigua to Sir Lanka and beyond. According to the announcement, new additions to Crystal Getaways include the Haute […]
A candid look at the most unsustainable form of vacationing, cruise lines that seem to have no intention of tidying up their acts.
Royal Caribbean Cruises is in the process of ordering yet another Icon-class cruise ship from shipbuilder Meyer Turku. While details have not been made public, the report says the new vessel is scheduled for delivery in 2025.
Originally scheduled to set sail June 27th, Hurtigruten’s 530-passenger Roald Amundsen finally embarked on its revised maiden voyage from Tromsø, carrying 211 passengers.
st week it was announced that Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Pearl European cruise was cut short due to needed repairs.
A new sea link between the port of Piraeus, initially with Mesta on Chios island and afterward with the port of Sigri on Mytilene is effect.
The new luxury cruise ship named ‘Celebrity Edge’ is sailing the Aegean for as part of an 11-night Eastern Mediterranean cruise package
Dreaming of sailing the Aegean in style with eXclusive Gulets aboard M/S Michele, a 24 meter hand crafted yacht.
According to experts at the Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum 2019 event, recent geopolitical developments have failed to knock Greece off its historically strong position on the cruise market
A rise in fuel prices has forced Greece’s coast shipping companies to raise prices. After over a decade of price stability, fares on Ferries according to Mihalis Sakellis, chairman of the Association of Passenger Ship Operators.