Travel technology provider Sabre Corporation has appointed Traci Mercer as senior vice president of hotel, car, cruise and rail, to lead commercial efforts and supplier relationships for the company’s growing land and sea customer portfoli
Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) announced today the return of the Cruise Ship Season which is set to continue until early 2017.
The cruise ship season aims to add further value to the Kingdom of Bahrain's tour
Dubai Cruise Tourism (DCT) is poised to process 575,000 passengers from 154 ship calls in the 2016-17 season, up 6.28 per cent from 541,000 passengers and 133 ship calls last season.
The jump in cruise passenger numbers is bolster
Leading holiday company Travel Counsellors was recently awarded the 'Admirals' certificate - the highest accolade given by Royal Caribbean Cruises.
Over 20 Dubai-based travel specialists from the company became &lsq
The next generation of cruise ships moves from concept to construction today, as the first piece of steel is cut at the STX France shipyard for Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship.
The ship will be called "Celebrity Edge,&qu
Discover the beauty and history of the Arabian Gulf with a seven-nights voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s 'Vision of the Seas', which will depart from Dubai this December and sail to Khasab, Muscat and Abu Dhabi in several cruises
A delegation from Bahrain took part in the ‘Seatrade Cruise Med’ held between September 21 and 23 in Tenerife, Spain, with an aim to further promote the kingdom as a tourist destination.
The delegation included Yousif
With over 50,000 passengers expected to arrive at the Doha port this season, Qatar Tourism Authority, along with the Ministry of Interior and Qatar Ports Management Company – Mwani Qatar, have announced new measures to facilitate eas
Hala Abu Dhabi, the destination management company of the Etihad Aviation Group, has been selected as the exclusive shore excursions and activities provider for Sir Bani Yas Island and Beach Oasis, the latest cruise destination stop in the UAE f
Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal is playing a prominent role in expanding the emirate’s tourism industry, having recorded a 16 per cent increase in passengers and 20 per cent increase in vessel calls during the 2015/2016 cruise season.