Cruise Wrap: Carnival reveals Mardi Gras atrium plans, Silversea revamps online training + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is so hefty, we reckon that if each letter weighed a tonne, it would equate to a 4,000-pax ship. However, we’re not mathematicians and we also haven’t made any effort to count each individual letter.
Cruise Wrap: Aussies keen on Euro cruises, New CLIA training, Antarctica cancellations + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is brought to you by three shots of espresso, half a pack to Tim Tams and plenty of cuddles with the office dog.
Cruise Wrap: Carnival’s fleet changes, Silversea unveils art collection + MORE
Travel Weekly is tickled pink to present you with this week’s Cruise Wrap, and that’s not only because it was the last thing standing between us and lunch.
Cruise Wrap: Carnival’s Queensland commitment, Silver Moon undergoes sea trials + MORE
Get set for Travel Weekly’s famous Cruise Wrap! And by famous, we mean our editor’s mum prints it out and sticks it on her fridge.
Norwegian confident of withstanding “scenario of prolonged voyage suspensions” despite $997m loss
by Huntley Mitchell
CEO Frank Del Rio remains upbeat about the future of the cruise company, which swung to a big loss in the second quarter of 2020.
Cruise Wrap: PONANT and Norwegian’s new agent programs, Celebrity wins top wine awards + MORE
We are particularly excited about this week’s Cruise Wrap, not only because it mentions wine, but there are lots of pretty pictures too.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA’s Dubrovnik partnership pays off, Princess extends pause + MORE
Hop on board this week’s cruise news extravaganza! And by hop on board, we mean quietly read this post, preferably in the comfort of your home office.
Cruise Wrap: PONANT’s new training module, Evergreen’s red-hot offers + MORE
If this week’s Cruise Wrap is anything to go by, the sector is pushing for its return in a big way, rewarding agents in the process.
Cruise Wrap: RCL extends suspension, Vasco da Gama to arrive in Fremantle + MORE
Travel Weekly staff have had Enya’s “Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)” stuck in our heads all morning because of this damn Cruise Wrap. The price we pay for keeping you up to date with all the latest cruise news.
More cruise line suspensions as government bans international port arrivals
As the government implements further restrictions and more lines suspend sailings, find out what will happen to your clients’ cruise bookings in amongst the COVID-19 chaos.
Norwegian Joy passengers fall ill for second time in a week
Norwegian Joy has failed to live up to its name once again, as more passengers are struck down with illness while aboard the vessel.
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