Is there any stopping MSC Cruises? No. Not really. They are on a relentless journey of rapid expansion at the moment, signalled by the second new ship launch THIS year.
Fill your boots with the latest cruise news here, distilled into monthly updates.
The sheer amount of cruise news released each month is mind-boggling. Indeed, not all of it is new, and not all of it is particularly interesting.
That is why I distil the biggest cruise news stories each month into a bite-size guide with only the news you need to know. Bookmark this page and have only the most relevant and most interesting cruise news on tap.
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This month saw the introduction of a really exciting concept in the river cruise market. U by Uniworld seeks millennials aged 21 to 45 looking for “immersive, fun, and adventurous travel.
At a time when new ship orders seem to occur on a monthly basis, I was concerned September was going to be quiet.
Second only to the headline features of a new cruise ship, the name is often one of the most closely guarded secrets in shipbuilding.
July has been a big month for cruise lines revealing new itineraries. But I’ll start with a shameless plug for your vote.
After a long time in the making, MSC Meraviglia launched this month, christened by Sophia Loren in a ceremony in Le Havre, France.
May 2017 has been a relatively quiet month for cruise news, but there have at least been a small handful of interesting snippets.
Evidently, little gets the press and travel agents more excited than the brand of tea that features in cruise cabins. The most noticeable aspect of the coverage of Thomson’s TUI Discovery launch was the sachets of Yorkshire Tea in the cabin.