Princess Cruises has completed renovations and enhancements at its private island, Princess Cays, including newly defined “surfing” with MedallionNet WiFi.
Located on the southern tip of the island of Eleuthera in the outer Bahamas, Princess Cays has offered a beachside hideaway to... more ›
Registration Open for 2018 Seminars at Sea
Carnival Cruise Line is offering travel agents the opportunity to participate in more than 75 ship inspections and Seminar at Sea events in 2018 as part of its “Travel Agents Rock” program.
Registration is now open on Carnival Passport, the line’s comprehensive training portal that... more ›
Sailing Will Feature Mexican Food Expert Bill Esparza
Princess Cruises has unveiled its fourth Culinary Cruise featuring noted food journalist Bill Esparza.
The culinary cruise sails the west coast departing out of Los Angeles on Ruby Princess March 22-26. Esparza brings along notable chefs Sabina Bandera and Carlos Salgado to collaborate with... more ›
New Carnival Panorama To Be Based in Long Beach
Carnival Cruise Line has introduced several new initiatives designed to bolster its leadership position on the West Coast: the deployment of Carnival Panorama to Long Beach in 2019 – the first new Carnival ship based in Southern California in 20 years – the re-opening of its... more ›
Rideau Canal Sailings Begin in May
Le Boat, a leading supplier of river and canal holidays, received 16 new Horizon boats last week at its new North American base in Smiths Falls, Ont.
Built in Olecko, Poland, these premier vessels have already taken their first voyage – as cargo – travelling across the Atlantic to... more ›
MSC Cruises is offering travel agents double the opportunity to increase earnings with an enhanced tour conductor program available through March 31.
And, with Wave Season on the way, agents can make even more on the back end to “Book Four and Score.”
The deal: Agents can earn double... more ›
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed details for the upcoming bow-to-stern refurbishment of Seven Seas Mariner, the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship.
After a 20-day drydock in April at Chantier Naval de Marseille, Seven Seas Mariner will re-emerge with new culinary... more ›
Luxury Expedition Line Set To Double The Size Of Its Fleet
With four new explorer ships on the way and a renewed interest in the North American market, French-owned PONANT is set to make waves in the luxury cruise market.
Navin Sawhney, chief executive officer for PONANT, Americas, was in Toronto yesterday and described PONANT, the leader in luxury... more ›
Looking to recreate The Bachelor Paris experience (sans awkward Arie/Lauren date and without Krystal, obviously) U by Uniworld, the first-ever river cruise experience designed exclusively for 21-to 45-year-olds, was featured on this week’s episode and is rolling out a special “U Get a... more ›
From an exclusive tour of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, to a private limoncello tasting in Malta, Celebrity Cruises’ new Celebrity Discovery Collection opens up the world for intimate groups of curious travellers through carefully curated shore excursions.
The first tours in the growing... more ›