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Cruises P O P&O Cruises cuts steel for new cruise ship Arvia

P& O Cruises has cut the first pieces of steel for its new LNG-powered Excel-class cruise ship Arvia at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.

At more than 180,000-gross tons, and carrying 5,200 passengers, Arvia will be a sister ship to Iona, delivered in 2020, but P& O have hinted she w… read more

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Cruises P O Cruises P&O Cruises announces name for second Excel-class LNG powered mega cruise ship

P & O Cruises newest Excel-class cruise ship will be called Arvia, the cruise line has revealed, with the LNG-powered mega ship due to join the six-ship fleet in December, 2022. Arvia is Latin for “from the seashore”, and her name continues P & O Cruises’ naming convention that uses ancient Greek and Latin adjectives for it… read more

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Cruise Carnival Cruise Carnival warns passengers to expect mask mandates when cruising resumes

Carnival Cruise Line issued a set of anti-COVID-19 rules and regulations for passengers regarding its return to service later in the year, but then removed them from its website, but confirmed the major elements, such as mask wearing, would remain.

“In our haste to keep guests and travel agents informed, we posted some information t… read more

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Cruise Holland America Holland America Line’s bucket list

Holland America Line’s Grand Voyages are made for dreamers, adventurers and explorers seeking to discover new cultures and illuminating experiences. The quest for destination immersion continues with Holland America Line’s 2022 Grand Africa Voyage, 2023 Grand World Voyage and 2023 Grand South America & Antarctica Voyage, which … read more

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Cruise MSC MSC restarts cruises for second time in Mediterranean following short pause

MSC Grandiosa departed Genoa, Italy on Sunday evening, resuming her previously announced 7-night roundtrip itineraries in the Mediterranean and marking MSC Cruises’ second return to cruising since the pandemic began last year. MSC Cruises’ restart of cruise operations comes amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in Europe and across the worl… read more

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Cruise Carnival Cruise Carnival Cruise Line releases additional plans on its fleet deployment

Carnival Cruise Line released plans for additional ship deployments as it continues to refine its phased in approach to a return to guest operations for 2021, resulting in some ship-specific cruise cancellations and movements. Those plans include:

Related to already-announced dry dock plans for Carnival Magic, Carnival Paradise and … read more

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Cruise Princess Cruises Pacific Princess is leaving Princess Cruises fleet

Princess Cruises, the world’s leading international premium cruise line, today announced the sale of Pacific Princess to an undisclosed buyer. The sale of the cruise ship is in line with parent company Carnival Corporation’s plan to accelerate the removal of less efficient ships from its fleet.

Pacific Princess first j… read more

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Cruise Costa Costa Cruises confirms Costa Toscana will be delivered in 2021

Just a few days after Carnival Corporation announced it would be delaying delivery of all but one of its 2021 newbuilds, its Costa Cruises brand floated out its latest Excel-class ships, Costa Toscana. Costa Cruises confirmed during the float out of Costa Toscana that she will be delivered in 2021, after parent company Carni… read more

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Cruises Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Cruises announces return to Mexican Riviera in Fall 2022

Following an eight-year absence, Celebrity Cruises announced its return to the Mexican Riviera with a variety of 7-night and 8-night sailings. Departing from the Port of Los Angeles, Celebrity Millennium will offer twelve sailings from late September through mid-December, before embarking on a special 15-night bucket-list Panama Canal crossing o… read more

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