Guests on board Royal Caribbean International’s Explorer of the Seas enjoyed a magical view of the Perseid Meteor Shower this week as the cruise ship sailed towards Alaska.
The ship’s lights were dimmed especially to allow guests the best possible chance of seeing the meteor showers above the ship.
Princess Cruises has added tea and coffee making facilities to all guest staterooms on board the cruise line’s 2,670-guest Sapphire Princess.
The ship arrived in Southampton for the first time earlier this year following an extensive two-week refurbishment in dry dock in Singapore. Sapphire Princess offers no-fly cruises from Southampton until October 2018 and will return to Southampton offering cruises between April and October 2019.
Celebrity Cruises has revealed details about the entertainment that will be offered to guests aboard the cruise line’s newest ship, Celebrity Edge which is expected to launch in November 2018.
Entertainment on board the game-changing Celebrity Edge will raise the bar to even greater heights. The ship will feature the most technologically advance theatre and most production shows of any ship in the cruise line’s history.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the completed refurbishments of three ships, Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star, further showcasing its commitment to extraordinary quality and the guest experience.
As part of The Norwegian Edge®, the company’s program designed to elevate the standard of excellence across its fleet, the revitalized ships now feature new designs and venues including Los Lobos Cantina, an upscale Mexican restaurant; the adults-only enclave, Spice H2O; and Syd Norman’s Pour House – an American rock ‘n’ roll bar and lounge, which makes its debut aboard Norwegian Breakaway.
The Royal Air Force Red Arrows performed a stunning aerobatic display above the Cunard fleet off the coast of the Isle of Wight in the Solent on 10 August 2018.
The cruise line’s iconic flagship Queen Mary 2 and her sister ships Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth met in Southampton for the first time in three years.
P&O Cruises has announced that its new flagship, Iona which is set to launch in 2020 will cruise to the Norwegian Fjords during its inaugural season.
Iona is the largest cruise ship ever specifically designed for the British cruise market. The vessel will be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) making it the most environmentally friendly ship ever built for P&O Cruises.
Carnival Cruise Line has revealed plans for a nearly $200 million bow-to-stern makeover for Carnival Triumph in the spring of 2019 that will include renaming the ship to reflect its significant transformation.
The ship will join Carnival’s Sunshine class and will be named Carnival Sunrise after a two-month-long refurbishment that will take place in Cadiz, Spain, starting 01 March 2019. The makeover will see all of the cruise line’s wildly popular branded food, beverage and entertainment innovations added to the ship, as well as updates to all staterooms.
Princess Cruises has proudly announced a new partnership with celebrity mixologist, Rob Floyd, who has crafted some exciting new signature cocktails for passengers to enjoy on board the cruise line’s fleet of 17 ships.
The changes and updates are one of the most significant to the cruise lines beverage menus.
Cunard Line has announced that the Royal Air Force Red Arrows will be completing a smoke fly over its Three Queens in the Solent on 10 August 2018.
The cruise line’s three iconic ships, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and the flagship Queen Mary 2 will all be docked in Southampton. The ships are scheduled to depart their berths at Southampton from 17:30 on wards.
Azamara Journey and the brand new Azamara Pursuit met for the first time on 06 August 2018 in the Norwegian town of Haugesund.
Azamara Pursuit is the newest ship in the Azamara Club Cruises fleet and is currently on its maiden voyage. The ship departed Southampton on its maiden voyage on 01 August 2018.