The luxury cruise industry is enjoying an unprecedented boom – just look at the number of new multimillion-dollar ships that are being built.
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.
Big, small, old-fashioned glamour, space-age technology: there is a perfect cruise out there for you - you just need to know how to find it.
A tantalising glimpse into the complex cultures and stunning islands of a country many of us hardly know.
Choose Cruise Month will feature weekly themes of ocean, river, luxury and expedition cruising, so look out for special deals all through October.
The arrival of Princess Cruises' Majestic Princess in Sydney last week marked the official start of the 2018-19 cruise season.
Seven Seas Splendor shows that demand for ultra-luxury cruising is on the up and up.
Older members of the fleet need to keep up with the newest.
P&O Cruises has been cruising in Australia since 1932 and the line is marking its 86th birthday year with some dramatic changes.
Some harbours stand out for their natural beauty and easy access to cities and sights.
Majestic Princess is Princess Cruises' newest ship and its largest to cruise Down Under.
The latest news from the cruising world.
It seems the love affair with China is over - several international cruise lines are pulling out or deploying smaller ships in the region.
Seabourn Ovation's first cruise reveals not only the divine designs but also the secrets of creating a sophisticated experience.
Cruise news: The Cruise Director
2019 will see 11 new ships join the world's expedition fleets and another 19 or 20 will launch between 2020 and 2022.