Luxury afloat? Only a handful of lines qualify for the true, five-star luxury experience according to Berlitz.
Traveller's resident Cruise Director, Sally Macmillan is a relatively recent cruise convert and long-time journalist who has a serious sailing habit. Sally has edited Cruise Passenger magazine for four years, and writes a weekly cruise column and cruise-related features for Traveller.
Etihad economy seats in the Airbus 380 seem more comfortable and spacious than those on the airline's Boeing 777-300.
Cruise lines with close ties to hard-hit towns around coastal NSW, South Australia and Victoria have pledged their support.
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.
Celebrity Apex is headed for Spain and Portugal on an eight-night round-trip from Southampton in April.
CMV's 1150-passenger Vasco da Gama has arrived for its first three-month season.
Carnival Cruise Line will add Kimberley, Papua New Guinea and Fiji's Dravuni Island to its 2021-22 season.
Sea Cloud is one of a handful of companies operating luxury cruises under sail.
Potions and piranhas in the Peruvian Amazon aboard river ship Delfin III.
MSC Grandiosa was christened by godmother Sophia Loren.
Many river cruise companies are crossing the divide into ocean cruising.
Sky Princess will make a 28-night journey to its it US homeport in Florida.
The cruise line has revealed plans for a private resort in Vanuatu, along the lines of its properties in the Bahamas and Haiti.
The 167-day cruise will sail to Antarctica and the Chilean fiords, calling at 107 destinations in 30 countries.
We're in the middle of Cruise Month, just ahead of the summer cruising season