Air Canada Vacations has teamed up with Cunard Line to offer more options to cruise lovers.
Travellers may choose from cruise vacations with Cunard Line on a variety of 2021 and 2022 event voyages, signature Transatlantic Crossings, Alaska, Europe, South America, Australia, Asia and the... more ›
In mid-August, a fleet of tourism ships began an unprecedented, six-week expedition to the Great Bear Rainforest’s outer coast as part of the Marine Debris Removal Initiative (MDRI), a project funded by the provincial Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy.
With the blessing... more ›
AmaWaterways is extending the suspension of its regular program of river cruises to Nov. 15, 2020.
The decision was announced by Rudi Schreiner, president and co-founder of AmaWaterways.
Schreiner said: “The U.S. and Canadian markets make up 95% of our guests, and there are still many... more ›
Ships Already On Long-Term Lay-Up Status, Removed From Published Itineraries
Carnival Cruise Line has sold the Carnival Fascination and Carnival Imagination, which had previously been put on long-term lay-up status and removed from published itineraries.
The company said that the sale of Carnival Fascination, launched in 1994, and Carnival Imagination, introduced in... more ›
Air Canada Vacations has launched its 2020-2021 Sun Collection.
The new Sun Collection features new additions, savings, sun-soaked fun, and its New Health and Safety Standards to make your customers’ next vacation the worry-free break they deserve.
The new collection features a... more ›
In Canada, we have now completed our fifth month of fighting COVID-19, while we wait on a possible vaccine and try to establish the “new normal.”
Our border to the US remains understandably closed, while our federal government takes no progressive action in opening our air borders to... more ›
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Cruise Industry Sets A Course To The Future
The future of the cruise industry looks bright, despite the turbulent times it has encountered this year, says the president of Cruise Connections.
Sanjay Goel told yesterday's Baxter Media Travel Webcast Wednesday that the "last few months have been very encouraging" for Cruise Connections,... more ›
Cruise Industry Sets Sights On Future
Whatever the future has in store for the travel industry, the cruise sector wants it known that it is open and ready for business.
“We are here for the long haul,” says Charles Sylvia, VP of industry and trade relations at CLIA, who has faced a lot of questions from consumers and... more ›
Cruise Companies Probe The Future of Cruising On Sept. 9
While still in the grips of the COVID-19 crisis, the cruise ship industry has reason for optimism, based on stronger 2021 bookings by some cruise companies.
But while government no-sail orders remain in place until the fall, cruise companies are looking ahead to the end of the sailing freeze... more ›
Noting that since opening its doors with new and extensive COVID-19 policies in June, Le Boat has been offering a safe choice for vacationers by boat to get away from traditional holiday spots on the UNESCO World Heritage Rideau Canal.
Lisa Mclean, North American marketing manager for Le... more ›