Princess Cruises documentary puts off travellers

Princess Cruises has defended its decision to allow cameras on board one of its liners after travel agents claimed tourists have been put off by its documentary The Cruise Ship.   Paul Ludlow, Princess Cruises’ managing director in the UK and Europe, stated that the company is currently 50 per cent ahead of its salesContinue reading “Princess Cruises documentary puts off travellers”

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Crystal to debut excursions for late-risers

Crystal Cruises has developed an excursion product aimed especially at guests who like to sleep in. While shore excursions typically launch 30 minutes to an hour after docking or tendering operations begin, these excursions will start at 11 a.m. or noon, depending on the itinerary. They are designed to dovetail with a late-riser’s breakfast servedContinue reading “Crystal to debut excursions for late-risers”

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Global disruption

By Michelle Baran No matter where the travel industry shifts its focus, climate change is a clear and present danger. From severe weather systems to polar ice melt, from warming waters to rising sea levels, its effects pose serious threats to natural resources and travel destinations the world over. More immediately, climate change is compromisingContinue reading “Global disruption”

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