TUI and Hapag-Lloyd intend on making Crete a new base of operations for late Spring and Summer 2021. But, is this a good thing, or bad?
Greeks celebrate 200 years of freedom from Ottoman bondage, at a moment when international corporations create tourism slavery.
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.
Seabourn, the ultra-luxury cruiseline, announced this past week that it will cancel a series of 2021 voyages for two ships in its fleet.
Costa Cruises has announced the temporary suspension of Costa Deliziosa cruises in Greece on account of government measures.
A news roundup that proves Greek officials haven’t got a clue about the pandemic. Tourism officials are putting out fires with gasoline.
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”.
Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
Cruise lines are going to have to come clean about the future of the industry soon.
In the not too distant future, tourism and hospitality industry officials are going to wake up to the fact that the 2020 touristic season has been canceled by a pandemic. Already, Europe’s airlines stand to lose more than €76 billion according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). And for every euro the airlines lose, destinations […]
The Costa Victoria arrives in Heraklion, Crete carrying a confirmed case of COVID-19. Officials quickly quaranteen and treat the passenger.
Princess Cruises has announced it will sail the 670-guest Pacific Princess to Europe for the summer of 2021
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.