MSC Cruises currently has the largest number of new cruise ships on order of any cruise line in the world, a total investment worth more than €10.5 billion! The cruise line definately has ambition growth plans and that includes the United Kingdom.
Antonio Paradiso, who is the Managing Director for MSC Cruises in the UK & Ireland was kind enough to take part in this CRUISE Q&A interview with us and talks about his ambitious plans to make MSC Cruises one of the top three cruise lines in the UK.
P&O Cruises has announced the name of its largest and most exciting cruise ship yet which is due to launch in 2020. The new ship will be named Iona. The announcement was officially made on 24 May 2018.
The announcement was as a result of a competition ran last year, when the cruise line invited members of the public to suggest a suitable name for the ship. Over 30,000 submissions were received and a panel of experts made the final decision.
There’s no getting away from the celebrations of the Royal Wedding no matter where you are in the world and that includes being at sea on a cruise. Many cruise lines are celebrating the big day on board their ships with some offering special extras.
Richard Twynam is the Managing Director of Azamara Club Cruises in the UK and Ireland and has held the position since January 2014. Richard took a moment to chat with us about the exciting new ship joining the fleet, Azamara Pursuit and its multi-million pound refurbishment taking place in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Looking for an escape from life and home or the office? A cruise to the Caribbean could be the perfect escape that you are looking for! There are so many reasons to cruise the Caribbean but below you’ll find just 5 reasons why we think booking a Caribbean cruise is a must to add to your bucket list.
In April 2018 Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines river boat Brabant commenced its inaugural season. We took a moment to interview Lee Mudkins, the Guest Services Manager on board Brabant.
Lee has previously worked on board Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines ocean ships. We asked him what it is like to work on board a river boat and how Brabant compares.
Award winning cruise blogger Danielle Fear, known to her readers as CruiseMiss recently returned home from an epic 108-night cruise aboard the world with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. We took a moment to catch up with her upon her return to Newcastle.
Over 5 million passengers are expected to cruise the Baltic in 2018, following in the path of Viking explorers and Russian Tsars. Often overlooked by its glitzy Mediterranean neighbour, this fascinating region is brimming with history and culture: from onion-domed churches to Cold War relics, medieval villages and modern Nordic cuisine. Highlights include Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Gdansk, Berlin and St. Petersburg … all bathed in the long and lingering twilight of northern summers.
Here are just a few reasons to book a Baltic cruise:
In this guest blog post, travel lovers Paul and Carole from Paul and Carole Love to Travel, share with us 5 reasons why you should book a cruise to Asia and discover this amazing part of the world.