Cruise lines with close ties to hard-hit towns around coastal NSW, South Australia and Victoria have pledged their support.
The shipping news Sat Jan 18
If you're a small-ship cruiser perhaps 2020 is the year to go even smaller and discover Adriatic ports inaccessible to big-ship crowds.
A new ban on clothing that might be considered "offensive" has frequent Carnival Cruise Lines travellers wondering who gets to decide what the word means.
It's now less than a year before Celebrity Eclipse sails into Melbourne as the newest Celebrity Cruises ship ever to homeport in Victoria.
Celebrity Apex is headed for Spain and Portugal on an eight-night round-trip from Southampton in April.
While that might be welcome news for travellers who just want to relax on holiday, it's a sad turn for many.
APT announces a 79-day odyssey from Reykjavik to Istanbul while Cruise Express is heading to the spectacular Subantarctic aboard Ponant's luxury expedition yacht, Le Bellot.
CMV's 1150-passenger Vasco da Gama has arrived for its first three-month season.
The itineraries are part of the maiden voyage series of new ship Coral Geographer in early 2021.
A few weeks ago, John Delaney, president of Windstar Cruises, stood on a scaffold at a historic shipyard in Palermo, Italy, and took a blowtorch to the Star Breeze.
Carnival Cruise Line will add Kimberley, Papua New Guinea and Fiji's Dravuni Island to its 2021-22 season.