Norwegian Cruise Lines Set to Cruise to Profitability in 2022

Cruise ship Marina

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ Cruise ship Marina. Credit: Pjotr Mahhonin/CC BY-SA 3.0

After reporting third-quarter earnings, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH.N) recently forecasted its return to profitability in the second half of 2022. With the U.S. travel and tourism industry attempting to return back from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, this is welcome news for cruise operators. Continue reading

Greece Set to Permit Cruise Ships from Turkey Ports

Cruise ship in Santorini Island, Greece.

Cruise ship in Santorini Island, Greece. Credit: Pxfuel

Cruise itineraries have been recently re-established between Greece and Turkey. Cruisers can look out for cruising between Greek and Turkey with this new development, which comes after the Greek Government lifted restrictions on ships calling at the Turkish ports of Galatport Istanbul and Kusadasi. The restrictions were earlier imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading

Enjoy Chocolate and Wine Tasting Aboard Modern Sailboat

How about taking part in an adventure aboard a Modern cargo French sailboat, where you can have great wines from notable winemakers? Recently, an innovative vessel, Grain de Sail stocked with French goods, including organic wines, coffees, and chocolates, arrived in Brooklyn for a short stay. When the boat docked in New York City, visitors enjoyed visiting the sailboat for a free tour and tasting. Continue reading

Asian Voyages During Pandemic Show They Are COVID-safe

Genting Dream at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

Genting Dream at Marina Bay, Singapore. Credit: Sapphire Jasper / CC BY-SA 4.0

The cruise industry is all set to return to Aussie waters after months of successful COVID-safe voyages in Asia. Major cruise lines are hoping to convince the federal government to allow them to sail again in Australian waters based on the success of recent COVID-safe voyages in Asia. Continue reading