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.
Scenic honours top-selling agents at cruise line’s ‘Night of Nights’
The cruise line’s top-selling agents were honoured at the weekend. Find out who claimed bragging rights and a shiny trophy here.
Scenic unveils new brand with flagship 100-guest superyacht
by Christian Fleetwood
Travel Weekly’s roving reporter was in attendance at Scenic’s big reveal on Saturday night, and is still recovering from the event after eating one too many arancini balls.
Cruise Wrap: Crystal reduces deposits, MSC’s new global ad campaign + MORE!
Today’s Cruise Wrap is brought to you by five cups of tea, an obscene amount of cold and flu tablets, half a box of tissues, and one very sick journalist.
Cruise Wrap: Royal’s $165m ship revamp, CLIA’s new airline partnership + MORE
One thing Travel Weekly can guarantee with this Cruise Wrap is you won’t feel seasick while reading it – unless you’re on a ship, of course.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA kicks off cruise month, RCL’s sustainable tours, RSSC and Celestyal release new trips + MORE!
To celebrate the beginning of cruise month, we’re bringing you a bumper Cruise Wrap which is practically overflowing with deals.
Cruise wrap: CLIA’s new campaign, Silversea enhances polar trips, P&O’s State of Origin cruise + MORE!
This cruise wrap is as long as this week has felt. On the bright side, if you need to look like you’re super-busy for a while, you can kill almost a whole afternoon scrolling through this one.
Cruise wrap: NZ’s new cruise visa, Scenic Eclipse update, Cruise360 host reveal + MORE!
There are some pretty big updates featured in this week’s cruise wrap. Maybe not as exciting as today’s ibis attack story, but we promise it’s still worth reading.
Scenic Eclipse is back on track with sea trial success
The new-build is one step closer to launch, after suffering more delays than Sydney’s CityRail on a rainy day.
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