Princess Cruises Launches 2015 “Come Back New” Advertising Campaign to Support Company’s 50th Anniversary and Wave Booking Season

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (January 12, 2015) – To ring in the new year Princess Cruises has launched a fresh advertising campaign to remind travelers of the memorable moments they can experience while aboard a Princess Cruises vacation. The multi-million-dollar program comes on the heels of last year’s successful “come back new” marketing campaign that marked the… [Continue Reading]

ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BEGINS CONSTRUCTION ON FOURTH OASIS-CLASS SHIP

OASIS-CLASS SHIP

MIAMI, February 3, 2015 – Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and the third Oasis-class ship will soon have a new sister to welcome to the Oasis class family. Today marked the steel cutting for a fourth Oasis ship, scheduled to be delivered in 2018. The steel cutting, marking the official start… [Continue Reading]

ESCAPE TO NEW FLAVORS AND DAZZLING SIGHTS

Norwegian Escape to feature a series of branded experiences from leaders in dining and beverage, along with Tony Award-winning Broadway Musicals and all-new Supper Club

Miami   –    Jan 16, 2015   —   
Norwegian Cruise Line today announced a multitude of new partnerships with leaders in the… [Continue Reading]

Christine Duffy Named President of Carnival Cruise Line

Posted on: December 17th, 2014
Carnival Corporation & plc., the world’s largest travel and leisure company, today announced that Christine Duffy has been named president of Carnival Cruise Line, with 24 ships, making it the largest of Carnival Corporation’s nine distinct cruise brands.
Duffy, currently president and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), will assume the… [Continue Reading]

ROYAL CARIBBEAN STEAMING AHEAD TOWARD GLOBAL EMISSIONS STANDARDS

MIAMI – December22, 2014 – Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE/OSE: RCL) will retrofit 19 of its ships with advanced emissions purification (AEP) systems, underscoring its commitment to meet or exceed important environmental standards. These systems, also known as scrubbers, will remove more than 97% of the sulfur dioxide emissions generated by the ships’ diesel engines.
The… [Continue Reading]