Carnival Cruises have confirmed availability of a new upgrade for passengers.
The Costa Concordia hit a rock close to the Isola Del Giglio, Italy on 13th January 2012. In this article we piece together the various stories and reports of the disaster to create a comprehensive review of events to date. Of course further details will emerge later this year during the inquiry and trial of the captain as well as during the salvage of the vessel and we will provide further updates in our daily articles.
Crystal Cruises have completed their $65 million refit of the Crystal Symphony.
Design teams from the UK and US have taken over 5 years to redesign every room on the ship. The major public rooms such as the Galaxy Showroom and Hollywood Theatre have also received makeovers Continue reading
In their song “Little Blue”, the Beautiful South sang “..you don’t name your boat Titanic 2…”, however on 30th April Australian company Blue Star Line announced their intention to do just that.
When the QEII retired, a Dubai firm bought her for $100million with a view to turning the iconic ship into a luxury hotel.
The arrival of the 140,000 tonne MSC Divinia, the largest cruise ship to visit Venice, sparked protests on Saturday.
The salvage operation which will re-float and then remove the Costa Concordia from the Isola Del Giglo in Italy will be the biggest and costliest in history, the ship’s owners Costa Cruises revealed today.
Costa have today taken delivery of the new Fascinosa from Italian Shipbuilders Fincantieri.
The Azamara Quest, which suffered a fire in the engine room on Friday has today docked in the port of Sandakan, Borneo.
A fire broke out in the engine room of the Azamara Quest at 8:19pm on Friday (30th March) in the Sulu Sea about 130 kilometers (70 nautical miles) south of the Philippines’ Tubbataha Reef but was quickly extinguished by the crew.