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The largest floating nightclub in the world opens in Dubai onboard Queen Elizabeth 2

Oct 20, 2021

The historic ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2, known as QE2, now became the world’s largest floating nightclub named Float Dubai.

Seven Celebrity Cruises ships to sail in Europe in 2023

Oct 20, 2021

Beyond, Apex, Edge, Silhouette, Constellation, Infinity and Reflection, are the seven beauties of the Celebrity Cruises that will sail in Europe in 2023. The new European arrangements were announced on Tuesday, with brand-new four to 13-night itineraries added, plus more ‘seven-night’ sailings than ever before. Celebrity will increase the interest among for cruise lovers by offering more than 45 overnight stays in 11 different cities across the various itineraries released.

Port of Southampton named 'Best Port' at Wave Awards

Oct 19, 2021

SOUTHAMPTON has secured its spot as the UK’s capital of cruising after being named ‘Best Port’. Wave Awards, 2021 which celebrates excellence and innovation in the cruise industry awarded the Port of Southampton. 

The £55 million investment in the opening of its fifth world world-class cruise terminal, with a duration of few years leaded to the top growth in the cruise industry.

Royal Caribbean Cancels Ovation of the Seas 2021/2022 Australia Cruise Season

Oct 18, 2021

While Prime Minister Scott Morrison indicated a restart of international travel for states which reach 80 per cent double dose vaccination, which could happen as soon as next month for NSW, ACT and Victoria, cruise lines told the media they have still no updates on when the ships can return to Australia. 

MSC Cruises to compensate Uniworld €2.4m in compensation for Venice accident

Oct 18, 2021

The world remembers the accident that happened on June 2, 2019, when MSC Opera was approaching the cruise terminal after having made its scenic sail into the port past the famed St. Mark’s Square and sights of Venice. Eyewitnesses stated that the cruise ship failed to slow down, even seemed that there was a possible speed up in the moment it hit Uniworld river cruise ship the River Countess while moored at the San Basilio Pier in the Guidecca Canal.

NCL crew get COVID-19 vaccines at Port of Marseilles

Oct 17, 2021

Unvaccinated crew members on three NCL ships (Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Spirit, and Norwegian Jewel), currently docked at the port of Marseilles today received the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccination was onboard the cruise ship Norwegian Pearl which arrived at the pier 8, yesterday. 

Celebrity Cruises Ship Eases COVID Restrictions For Crew

Oct 17, 2021

Celebrity Cruises has informed the crew onboard Celebrity Edge about the easing of coronavirus-related restrictions, with the most significant being relaxation in mask requirements.

Great Winter Break with 4 Aida Cruise Ships Sailing to the Caribbean

Oct 16, 2021

Great news for people who love the sun and tropical destinations, AIDA Cruises is offering an opportunity to run away from the cold, wet weather to paradise on earth. The company starts with four cruise ships in the Caribbean for the winter season 2021/2022. AIDAsol kicks off and starts today, October 16, 2021, from Hamburg on the 40-day “Great Caribbean Winter Break” trip, to come back to the starting point.

Fifth Princess Cruise Ship Restarts Operations From Los Angeles

Oct 15, 2021

Princess Cruises continues to push forward with resuming operations and welcoming guests back on more cruise ships. Today the company announced another big comeback of the Emerald Princess departing from the Port of Los Angeles on a 15-day Panama Canal cruise to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The very first guests were welcomed onboard by Emerald Princess teammates with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony.

MSC Foundation’s Super Coral Programme kicks off at Ocean Cay

Oct 15, 2021

The MSC Foundation is working with leading coral and marine experts to research, develop, and refine methods to reverse the decline in coral reefs in the 64-square-mile marine environment around Ocean Cay. Coral reefs support the highest biological diversity of any ecosystem in The Bahamas and are home to ecologically, economically, and critically endangered species.

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