Azamara Club Cruises is the latest cruise line to announce that it will begin sailing to Cuba next year.
For the first time in the cruise line’s history, Royal Caribbean International will sail to Cuba. Sales are now open for the historic voyage, which will take place on the newly renovated Empress of the Seas during a 5-night sailing departing Miami on April 19, 2017.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.’s brands—Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises—have all received approval from the Cuban government to sail to Cuba.
Tourtalk Insight Vacations has added 16 new itineraries to its luxury portfolio, Luxury Gold, adding nine new countries, and two new continents to its offerings, plus its first voluntourism extension.
Don’t shy away from Millennials when selling river cruising, a new AAA survey reveals. According to the AAA survey, although “the perception is that river cruising appeals primarily to older generations, Millennials respond more strongly to several key attributes of river cruising than members of Gen X and Baby Boomers.
The Baltic Sea is the cool new European cruising ground. And friends who have taken a Baltic cruise come home with special rave notices about their port-of-call in Tallinn, the beautifully preserved capital of Estonia, whose Old Town they discovered indeed had all those things that come with a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site: medieval walls and towers; narrow cobbled streets, many of which retain their original (13th-16th century) names; craftsmen guilds and fine merchant houses; the oldest continuously operated pharmacy in Europe; scores of spires and steeples; and a legacy from an 850-year history that included reigns/rule by Danes, Swedes, Germans and Russians.
Sultry Malta and cool Iceland are hot ticket items for those seeking out a singular European vacation.
These three enticing destinations in Asia, Africa & the South Pacific are a fascinating slice of the tourism pie for clients seeking out authentic travel.
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“Today in Corfu everyone will be given a shopping assignment,” explained Chef Kellie Evans as we nibbled on olive-flavored loukoumi in Oceania Riviera’s Culinary Center.
“Bravo Chef: The Show,” Costa Cruises’ new culinary experience starring its onboard executive chefs, made its debut on the Costa Pacifica last month and will gradually roll out to seven more Costa ships—the Costa Deliziosa, Costa Diadema, Costa Fascinosa, Costa Favolosa, Costa Luminosa, Costa Magica and Costa Mediterranea.
FAN2SEA, the first-ever Comic-Con at sea, is set to take place Jan. 19-23, 2017 aboard Royal Caribbean International’s Brilliance of the Seas.
Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises has announced it will redeploy its ultra-luxury yacht, Crystal Esprit, to the islands of the West Indies beginning November 2017 through 2018.
Sales are now open for MSC Cruises’ first-ever World Cruise, departing Jan. 5, 2019 and returning May 3, 2019.
The Main Street Electrical Parade returns to Disneyland on January 20, 2017 running nightly through Sunday, June 18.
Insight Vacations has entered into a preferred partnership agreement with Ensemble Travel Group, offering new premium and luxury touring options for travelers and new revenue opportunities for Ensemble’s members.
Finger Lakes Region Finger Lake festivities. (Photo credit: Finger Lakes Regional Tourism Council) On select dates throughout the holiday season, each of the 45+ wineries located along the Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake Wine Trails in central New York’s Finger Lakes region, will offer holiday wines and festive foods for sampling.
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“The Pointe Nassau will have a soft opening in mid-2017. The complex will have several components—a hotel, real estate, shopping areas, a parking facility that is already operating,” said Jeannie Gibson, the communications manager for The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism during an exclusive interview in New York City.