The world's largest ship will make its debut in spring 2018 when Symphony of the Seas, the newest ship to join Royal Caribbean International's fleet, is delivered in April 2018.
The new ship will be the fourth in the Oasis
Seatrade has announced that Portugal’s capital city, Lisbon, will be the 2018 venue for the largest cruise industry event focusing on the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas – Seatrade Cruise Med 2018.
Hosted by the P
Oman's Ministry of Tourism took part in the Seatrade Cruise Global 2017 - a marine tourism exhibition and conference, held in Miami, US from March 13-16.
This major event is considered the biggest international forum for cruis
Legend of the Seas departed Dubai on March 13 on her final cruise with Royal Caribbean International, marking the end of an illustrious cruising career.
The 22-year-old cruise ship is the oldest in the Royal Caribbean Intern
Abu Dhabi Ports on Thursday (December 15) officially opened Sir Bani Yas Cruise Beach, offering cruise ship passengers a new beach destination with unmatched tourism experiences.
The beach was inaugurated by Mohamed Khalifa Al Mub
Cruise Arabia - an alliance of six GCC tourism authorities with the aim of promoting the region as a preferred cruise travel destination - is looking to expand its reach to the Indian Subcontinent.
Discussions with relevant touris
Abu Dhabi’s cruise tourism sector is on course for exponential expansion, with total direct spending from the sector expected to reach Dh417 million ($113.5 million) by 2020.
An economic impact and forecasting report by Oxfo
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