P&O and Princess extend Aussie cruise pause beyond February 2022
The two Carnival-owned cruise lines have continued their monthly ritual of extending their respective cruise pauses.
P&O extends Aussie cruise pause, as Pacific Adventure emerges from dry dock
Don’t let the headline fool you; this article also contains some uplifting cruise news to give sail-savvy agents a little Friday boost.
P&O celebrity chef calls for Aussies to revive tourism and hospitality with a ‘Jab for Jobs’
The news came as the cruise line launched a country-music-themed cruise and an extra sailing for its Pride Cruise. We can’t wait until they combine the two for a drag queen hoedown.
Cruise suppliers hit Canberra to talk domestic resumption
Australia’s capital has been paid a visit by a group of suppliers impacted by the cruise ban. However, that’s not to suggest they used any mafia-style tactics.
Pacific Encounter officially joins P&O Cruises Australia family
Did you miss the christening for P&O’s newest ship? Relive it here without having to sit on one of those uncomfortable church pews.
Pacific Adventure and Pacific Encounter to join P&O’s Aussie fleet in first half of 2021
Sture Myrmell has been spotted doing the happy dance in celebration of this encouraging cruise announcement.
P&O sells Pacific Aria as Pacific Dawn prepares to become ‘crypto cruise ship’
Pacific Dawn is set to join a floating crypto community off the coast of Panama, which does not sound like a cult at all.
P&O Cruises axes BDM model for more centralised approach
The cruise line has flipped its travel agent support system on its head and done a 180. Next, it will try to perfect the worm and a double backflip.
Cruise giant warns of passenger data leak after cyber attack
If you think we left the name of the cruise line out of the headline just to get you to click on it, you’re wrong. We also did it to appear mysterious and aloof.
Cruise Wrap: MSC’s Mediterranean return, Silverseas’ new expeditions + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is one of our longest yet, with enough information to fill the Pacific Ocean. Or maybe just the Tasman Sea. It will fill your kitchen sink, at least.
Carnival, Princess and P&O extend Aussie cruise pause
Three Carnival Corporation cruise lines have extended their cruise pause, with Princess announcing some cruises will be returning much later than others.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA offers training to non-members, more lines extend pause in operations + MORE
Travel Weekly staff dread Cruise Wrap days because they usually result in our deputy editor singing Enya’s “Orinoco Flow”, until we lock her in a cupboard.
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