Mariner Of The Seas To Cruise Asia In 2013

Cruising giant Royal Caribbean International has announced the deployment of a second large ship to Asia, signaling its confidence in the region’s cruise market. Beginning June 2013, the 3,114-passenger Mariner of the Seas will offer sailings out of China and Singapore, taking the place of the smaller Legend of the Seas, which will return to Europe after 3 … Continue reading

Royal Caribbean Unveils 2012 European Deployment

Cruise giant Royal Caribbean International unveiled its 2012 Europe cruise deployment earlier this week, becoming the latest cruise line to raise capacity in the fast growing region. In total, the line will have 12 vessels sailing European waters on itineraries ranging from 3 to 16 nights, calling at 101 ports in 34 countries, including maiden visits to Arhus, Kenes and Klaksvik. … Continue reading

Carnival And Royal Caribbean Return To Mexican Ports

Following the latest guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on travel to Mexico, Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International have announced that their ships will resume port calls to the country.   Carnival Cruise Lines Carnival Cruise Lines have announced that its ships will return to Mexico following the completion of … Continue reading

Cruise Lines Cancel Mexican Port Calls

Following the outbreak of Swine Influenza in Mexico, the major cruise lines operating cruises in the Caribbean and Mexican riviera have responded with precautionary measures for passengers and crew onboard their ships. Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Fred Olsen Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International have undertaken itinerary adjustments and canceling Mexican port calls.   Carnival … Continue reading