Six training days for travel agents on board Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ ships are to run this year.
Scenic has appointed former Kuoni marketing and digital director Steven Seddon as its head of marketing, digital and sales.
A company claiming to be the world’s first dedicated LGBT cruise line is due to make its debut next year.
A fading wave season has raised concerns about the fortunes of the cruise sector, according to an update from Morgan Stanley.
Crystal Cruises has announced its intention to return iconic ocean liner the SS United States back into service.
A two-week political battle to finalise a ‘new deal’ for Britain in the European Union began this week with proposals for an agreement published on Tuesday.
A pioneering agency owner, the head of a luxury cruise line and one of the industry’s most‑respected advisers are to be honoured as the latest inductees into the British Travel & Hospitality Hall of Fame.
Wightlink has been criticised for the maintenance of its ferries by an official report into the partial collapse of a deck.
A world famous motorcycle firm considering swimming pools to be its main competition is a lesson for us all, says Brighter Group's Steve Dunne.
Ferry operators have attributed the much publicised disruption on the route between Calais and Dover to a slip in passenger numbers.
Cosmos Tours has appointed MSC Cruises’ Giles Hawke as chief executive.
Peter Stratton has been named as managing director of the wholesale, group and retail travel subsidiaries of the fast growing Cruise and Maritime Voyages travel group.
Shares in Royal Caribbean Cruises sunk by as much as 18% in New York yesterday on weaker-than-expected guidance on the first quarter of 2016 and the full year.
Princess Cruises has thanked the trade for its support during its “best ever January”.
MSC Cruises is looking at the idea of offering more regular sailings from the UK in 2018.
Emerald Waterways today confirmed that new riverboat Emerald Belle was damaged in a blaze in the Dutch shipyard where it is being built.