AIDA Cruises today announced it will open its 2021 cruise season starting March 20 with AIDAperla sailing around the Canary Islands, the group of Spanish islands off the northwest coast of Africa, a favorite “fly and cruise” vacation for German travelers looking to enjoy the region's “eternal spring” weather and unique destinations.
Hurtigruten has officially named Norway as Destination of the Year 2021. A destination representing universal new beginnings, travelers can now plan to experience this energizing destination with up to $4,000 off 2021 coastal and expedition sailings.
Pinnacle Class ship is under construction and slated for delivery at the end of July 2021
Carnival Celebration Set To Be The Newest Carnival Ship Based in South Florida, Powered by Liquefied Natural Gas, Featuring Roller Coaster and Other Innovations
The Gauguin will be showcasing its most sought-after itineraries in 2022: the 7-night Tahiti & the Society Islands, 10-night Society Islands & Tuamotus, 11-night Cook Islands & Society Islands, and 14-night Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands.
Sycamore Partners today announced plans for Azamara to add a sister ship to the current fleet of Azamara Journey, Azamara Quest and Azamara Pursuit. Following a full-ship renovation, the fourth ship is scheduled to sail for its inaugural season in Europe in 2022.
Four Ships Span the Region on Itineraries Ranging from Seven to 21 Days
The extension of the lockdown in Germany until at least Jan. 31, 2021, and a further tightening of the measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the restriction of the radius of movement in areas with high incidence rates or the further limitation of private contacts, have led to further restrictions of public life and international travel.
The company is extending its pause of guest cruise vacations on ships sailing through May 14, 2021. This includes sailings in the Caribbean, the California Coast, along with early season Alaska and Europe cruises.
Carnival Cruise Line is notifying guests of additional cruise cancellations, including extending its pause in all operations in the U.S. through March 31, 2021, as well as select ships and homeport operations related to itineraries and dry dock work.