Enjoy a Safe Luxury Yachting Experience to Greece

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Greece, with its dry Mediterranean climate, is ideal for chartering during non-winter months (April to November). It’s where International Yachting Company (IYC) first began, and guests can grab the opportunity to explore the magnificent islands and 9,000 miles of coastline. With its gorgeous anchorages, travellers would love to access the tucked-away coves by boat.  Continue reading

Which Cruise Ships Will be Sold or Scrapped?

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Carnival Fantasy. Credit: Ron Cogswell / CC BY 2.0

Cruise fans may never find some of their favourite cruise ships with some of them ready to be laid-up, sold or scrapped. Cruise departures worldwide halted due to the global COVID-19 pandemic concerns. With no quick comeback for cruising in the cards, some of the big players in the industry may permanently retire parts of their fleets. Continue reading

How Cruise Industry will Change After Coronavirus?

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Costa Luminosa. Credit: Pixabay

The global coronavirus pandemic has severely affected the cruise industry. It could be months before cruise ships start sailing again. While industry experts are predicting vessels to return to oceans by June, potential passengers can expect things to look a lot different when cruise lines finally resume. Here are some fundamental changes that cruise vessels may exercise as they return to the oceans. Continue reading

Coronavirus Outbreak May Damage Cruise Ship Industry

The number of novel coronavirus cases has been on the rise worldwide since December 2019. The deadly coronavirus outbreak began in China and has been surging, which is proving damaging to various industries like aviation and cruise lines. Continue reading