Crown Iris, a renowned cruise ship, arrived in Larnaca from Haifa on May 25. According to the Larnaca Tourism Board, the line, with capacity for 2000 passengers, will travel from Haifa to Larnaca on a weekly basis until the start of November and it will often dock in Larnaca overnight.
AmaWaterways recently christened its newest river cruise ship, AmaDouro, with a festive ceremony in Porto, Portugal.
A new line connecting Thessaloniki, Cyprus and Haifa has been introduced established by Salamis Lines.
The second edition of the Seatrade INFOCUS Photography Competition, held in conjunction with Seatrade Maritime Middle East - the maritime meeting place for the Middle East held biennially in Dubai –is accepting entries.
TUI Cruises will take delivery of its next newbuild significantly earlier than planned in 2019.
Princess Cruises recently refurbished the 2,000-guest Sun Princess following a two-week refit in Singapore.
Carnival Spirit sailed through Sydney Heads, Australia on June 25 after a 14-day dry dock in Singapore for a series of enhancements.
Carnival Cruise Line’s 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend will reposition to Port Tampa Bay, the US from October 2019.
Carnival Cruise Line has officially taken delivery of its 26th ship, the 133,500-tonne Carnival Horizon.