In partnership with James Beard Award-nominated mixologist Gabriel Orta of Miami-based Bar Lab Cocktails, Norwegian Cruise Line created five seasonal beverage menus focusing on local ingredients themed on summer destinations including Bermuda, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska and Europe.
To mark the 10th anniversary of Queen Mary 2, Canyon Ranch is introducing a selection of new spa and beauty services during the ship’s 2014 Transatlantic season.
A crane barge arrived at Giglio Island to help position the 19 sponsons that will be attached to the wreck in preparation for its refloating.
Timed to Earth Day, Cruise Lines International Association outlined a variety of environmental accomplishments and ongoing efforts across the business.
For a limited time, Silversea Cruises is offering a special booking incentive exclusively in the US and Canadian markets. Its new 'Silver Select' promotion gives a choice of three offers: a two-category suite upgrade, a $500 per person credit toward the purchase of the Silver Sky air program or a $500 per person on-board credit.
Princess Cruises plans a special Mexico sailing on Dec. 3, 2015, exactly 50 years to the day when the line's original ship, Princess Patricia, first sailed.
The Port of Seattle kicked off a pilot project to reduce the amount of polluted runoff reaching Puget Sound. The port is hosting a two-year study for two metal boxes that will bloom into rain gardens and help reduce pollutants. The effort is in partnership with King Conservation District, Sustainable Seattle, Gealogica and Splash Boxx.
Un-Cruise Adventures hired Capt. Mark Graves as the company’s port captain, based at the line’s Fishermen’s Terminal headquarters in Seattle.