st week it was announced that Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Pearl European cruise was cut short due to needed repairs.
CroisiEurope River Cruises is offering a number of new updates for 2019. In addition to a new ship joining the fleet on the Douro River, the river cruise line will be launching a cruise along the Adriatic on the MS Belle de l’Adriatique.
Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has released its new 2019 – 2020 Scenic Eclipse brochures featuring cruise and land-cruise options.
Cruise Critic, a leading cruise review site, has just announced a partnership with Carnival Cruise Line to offer member access to exclusive onboard events.
For those out there who’ve always wanted a trip down the magnificent Rhine or Danube etc., cruising Europe’s waterways has never been more in vogue. Viking River Cruises (www.vikingrivercruises.com) announced earlier this month a new fall promotion for its most popular itineraries in Europe and Russia.
Carnival Cruise Lines is apparently sailing away from Europeans headed to more profitable distant shores. Blaming rising airfare costs and other market problems in Europe, the cruise giant has decided to port Carnival Legend in Australia rather than in Barcelona and the Med.
Winter has set in for everyone in the Northern Hemisphere on Mother Earth. And for the traveler, visions of the next great journey away from inherent cabin fever are surely arising now. Discover Europe! Your sixth travel sense may be saying, and what better way than traversing most of it, in comfort, and style. Is this a sales pitch? Well no, we don’t work for Avalon Waterways, we just know travel. Read on, this is good stuff.
If you are entertaining thoughts of a cruise this year, Argo Travel News would like to encourage you by previewing some of the most exciting and value packed we have found. Five cruises, one of which you must take in 2013.
In cruise news, Crystal Cruises announced yesterday having unveiled a new collection of Crystal Getaways for 2013. Passengers booking before January get special pricing.
Oceania Cruises, one of the world’s top luxury cruiselines, cristened their latest vessel, m/s Riviera in Barcelona yesterday. The 66,172-ton vessel, built by famed Italian yard Fincantieri’s Sestri Ponente, will set sail on a 10-day maiden voyage from Venice to Athens beginning May 16.
Celebrity Cruises is all over travel news today in the wake of last night’s extravaganza last aboard the inaugural sailing of the Celebrity Silhouette. The lavish £500 million cruise ship was launched at what became Hamburg’s biggest ever cruise ship ceremony. At 122,000 tons and over 1,000 feet, Celebrity Silhouette is the largest ship ever named from Germany’s most legendary shipbuilding city.
Expedia.com announced today that travelers looking to book vacations to Europe should seriously consider a cruise.
For those dreaming of a cruise aboard a fabulous floating city this Summer, Crystal Cruises may just be the safest bet there is. The company has just been named Travel + Leisure’s “Best Large-Ship Cruise Line” for 2011.