Just after the delivery of the Harmony of the Seas, STX launches into another billion dollar deal with Royal Carribean.
The first-ever Asian luxury cruise is decked with the best in Asian hospitality, entertainment and dining options.
The US-based cruise line views great possibility in the Asian sphere.
The Datai Langkawi is bringing back its Naga Pelangi private charter for the whole of December for those who love a touch of nostalgia for their holiday.
Global demand for cruising reached 22.04 million passengers in 2014, up 68 percent from 13.1 million passengers in 2004.
Costa Cruises, will get two new next-generation cruise ships that will accommodate up to 6,600 passengers and operate on cleaner-burning fuel.
Crystal Cruises has announced an unprecedented expansion plan that includes the launch of luxury ocean, yacht, river cruises — and air travel.
Carnival Corporation, the world’s biggest travel and leisure firm, plans to launch cruises to Cuba in May.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Cruises will take delivery of three ships capable of carrying nearly 3,000 passengers each starting in early 2020.
Triple Michelin-starred Thomas Keller has become the latest master chef to take his star power and cuisine to the high seas.
New details have been released on the MSC Seaside set to debut in November 2017 and sail year-round from Miami to the Caribbean.
The number of Chinese passengers who stepped aboard a cruise ship grew an impressive 79 percent per year between 2012 and 2014.
Royal Caribbean has released new details on its next vessel: the third iteration of its Oasis-Class vessels will be named Harmony of the Seas.
The 2015 Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice Awards have been handed out – can you guess who won the best cruise line?
The cruise line’s newest ship, Carnival Vista, will debut with a first-at-sea IMAX theater when it sets sail in March 2016.
Starting this summer, Disney Cruise Line guests will get to participate in brand new experiences inspired by the record-breaking animated film Frozen.
While cruises once got by with unexciting meal choices served at appointed times, travelers have recently come to expect something more.
In a bid to attract high-end travelers, a growing number of cruise operators are introducing trips at a more leisurely pace aboard smaller ships.
Princess Cruises has become the latest cruise line to develop a gift card program, with cards that come in increments of $50 to $2,000.
Royal Caribbean International was named “Best Cruise Line Overall” in the 2014 edition of the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards.