Tagged: cruise

Au Revoir Oriana!

P&O Cruises have announced the withdrawal and sale of 1995 built Oriana. Oriana will be leaving the fleet in August 2019. Her next destination is unknown at the time of publishing but believed to...

Liverpool 2018 Cruise Ship Schedule

  Liverpool Cruise Terminal is in the midst of its successful tenth year in operation, a subject that we will cover in a separate article. Using data from Crew-center.com and cruisetimetables.com we have been...

If I had my way…

So I’ve won the Lottery. I’m going to start a cruise line, Actually I’m not going to start just one, but three. Each targeted at a different demographic. For a little bit of fun...

Millennials: it’s all about U

We’re a bit behind the curve here, Uniworld announced its concept for a new river cruise line in December 2016. Sales launched in March 2017 yet here we are only discussing it in August.

The Rise & Fall of Renaissance Cruises

Continuing our series of ‘The Rise & Fall of’ we are looking at Renaissance Cruises. Renaissance, also known as R Cruises is perhaps one of the most interesting cruise line failures despite the cruise...

Time for European Private Islands?

Norwegian Cruise Lines acquired Great Stirrup Cay as the first private island in 1977. Since most major cruise lines have acquired or leased private islands for their cruise guests. Some private islands are true...

Radisson Diamond – A Unique Ship

Currently known as the China Star for China Cruises Company, but better known as the Radisson Diamond. This unique little cruise ship is not well known, mainly due to its operation in the Far...

An opportunity for Thomas Cook

One of Europe’s leading operators hasn’t joined the cruise rush, Thomas Cook, unlike rival TUI has not engaged in chartering ships or running its own cruise line.