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Norwegian Cruise Line unveils its largest deployment in history

Batten down the hatches because NCL has released its 2024/25 line up including brand-new homeports in Haifa, Israel and La Romana, Dominican Republic.

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Cruise ban likely to lift before Christmas, says Health Minister

Although Greg Hunt’s computer screen isn’t visible in this image, one can only assume he is researching his next overseas cruise, in light of this announcement.

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P&O Cruises cancels homeporting seasons for Adelaide, Fremantle and Cairns

The future of the Aussie cruise industry remains murkier than a muddy lake. However, it probably contains fewer gumboots and bicycles.

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Coral Expeditions releases new Queensland expeditions

The Aussie cruise line is capping off 2021 by jamming the best of Queensland’s reef and outback into a couple of swish itineraries.

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New Zealand to begin welcoming back international travellers early next year

Jacinda Ardern has unveiled a new framework for reopening the country that prioritises getting the jab to as many Kiwis as possible.

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NCL returns to cruising after 500-day pause

Harry Sommer and Ben Angell have given each other a big virtual high five, after the cruise line commemorated its return to the water by making a little bit of history in the process.

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The most spacious new premium ship is now open for bookings

by Sponsored by Norwegian Cruise Line

This snazzy new vessel is so spacious that it has enough room for guests to swing as many as 10 cats.

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Aurora Expeditions takes honest, transparent approach in latest Aussie sailing update

Full credit to the cruise line for providing clarity to customers, agents and staff now rather than pretending that the elephant isn’t in the room.

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CLIA’s campaign for cruise restart sees 40,000 emails sent to Aussie politicians

The cruise industry’s peak body appears to have successfully carried out its coordinated email bombing exercise.

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CLIA creates new avenue for agents to lobby politicians on Australia’s cruise restart

Have your numerous attempts to highlight the plight of cruising to your local MP fallen on deaf ears? Help has arrived.

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P&O Cruises Australia extends operational pause

Much like Travel Weekly’s monthly wine budget, P&O’s pause in operations has been extended once again due to the global pandemic.

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Sydney parents take creative action to keep their children’s cruise dreams alive

We’re kicking of the week with a story that is sure to tug at your heartstrings and make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

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