Articles tagged with: cruise-holidays
Ben Taub explores one of the most remote and unforgiving landscapes on Earth – Svalbard – and discovers that little has changed since the first Arctic explorers arrived on its frozen and wildlife-rich lands.
Luxury cruise and safari specialists Sanctuary Retreats’ newest ship – Sanctuary Ananda – is due to set sail in Myanmar in late 2014.
A new seven-night knitting-themed cruise has been launched by river cruise line AmaWaterways, in what is believed to be a first on Europe’s waterways.
Anatolian Sky Holidays, specialists in the lesser-known and unspoilt resorts of Turkey, has reduced the price of a number of breaks departing in late June and early July by as much as 50 per cent.
Cruise writer Gilly Pickup gives us the lowdown on the new ship and gives us 10 reasons why we should get onboard:
Tour operator DialAFlight is offering a 12-night Mediterranean cruise onboard the brand new Royal Princess from £1,389 per person.
The Duchess of Cambridge has officially christened Princess Cruises’ new ship ‘Royal Princess’, in a ceremony earlier today.
The low-cost airline easyJet has launched its first ever services from London Gatwick to Bergen – also known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’ – in Norway.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that the seven-time Tony Award nominated musical Legally Blonde will entertain guests onboard Norwegian Getaway.
It has been announced that Paralympic swimming superstar Ellie Simmonds will be the UK ambassador for Norwegian Breakaway’s UK inaugural celebrations in Southampton on April 29th 2013.
The Duchess of Cambridge will officially name the latest addition to the Princess Cruises fleet, Royal Princess, it has been announced.
Hollywood legends Sharon Stone, Andie MacDowell and singer Michael Bolton are jetting to Portugal’s Douro River this week to christen two new luxury river ships for DouroAzul – Portugal’s river cruise company.
Silversea Cruises has partnered with the renowned Royal Geographical Society to enhance Silversea voyages by providing detailed scientific and historical on its cruises around the world.
New research from an independent online cruise travel agency has revealed that just under half of British cruisers admit that they wouldn’t want to sail on the Titanic replica liner set to sail in 2016; with the majority admitting to being ‘scared’ of history repeating itself. Despite this, 83 per cent of Brits think building Titanic II is a good idea.
Jason Atherton, the award-winning Michelin star chef who owns restaurants in London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai, is to cook for guests on Silversea cruise ship Silver Shadow later this year.
Carnival Cruises has been forced to apologise to passengers after claiming that they could not wear drag onboard its ‘Drag Stars At Sea’ cruise, which features a drag theatre show, for fear of offending families.
UAE authorities have introduced a multiple entry visa for cruise passengers, businessmen and property investors, a plan that has been under discussion for almost three years.
The winners of the 2012 British Travel Awards have today been announced, with a whopping one million votes cast to determine the winners.
One Ocean Expeditions is offering a truly unique opportunity to join a 10-day Antarctic trip to study humpback, Minke and killer whales, departing from Ushuaia in Argentina on March 16th 2013.
Brits would go on more cruises if there were more cruise departure ports in the UK, research has shown.
Norwegian Cruise Line has received the World Travel Award as “Europe’s Leading Cruise Line” for the fifth consecutive year.
Australian businessman Clive Palmer will be unveiling the design and plans for Titanic II in New York today, according to reports.
Transun’s Antarctic cruises take you to some of the few genuinely remote travel destinations left on earth letting you follow in the footsteps of some of the world’s greatest explorers like Scott and Shackleton.
Royal Caribbean have announced plans to launch a unique Barbie Premium Experience cruise – based upon the infamous pop culture icon Barbie.
Over recent years, cruise holidays have been largely associated with the senior generations, but recent research suggests that almost half of young Brits would now consider swapping the beach for the ocean waves.