The luxury cruise line has spent $US125 million 'Explorer-ising' its fleet.
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.
While the tide is turning against megaship visits to Europe's big cities, smaller ships are a good alternative to see Europe's smaller charms.
U by Uniworld's The A and The B have undergone radical transformations.
The 4004-passenger Norwegian Bliss has claimed the title of the biggest passenger ship to transit the Panama Canal.
Cruising has now become the quintessential modern Australian holiday with more than 1.34 million Australians taking an ocean cruise in 2017.
Silversea Cruises has ordered a third ship in its Muse class just months after it signed a contract for Silver Moon, due to be delivered in 2020.
French luxury expedition line Ponant is marking its 30th anniversary by launching the first two of its six new 'Explorer' class ships, Le Lapérouse and Le Champlain.
From a Picasso to a six tonne panda sculpture - you'll find plenty to feast your eyes on when you embark on your next cruise.
This moment marks both the culmination of Seabourn Ovation's four-year design and build journey and the beginning of its career at sea.
Cherry blossom season, autumn foliage, fast-paced cities, ancient temples ...
Spanish influences run deep in this intriguing area of France between the Rhône and the Mediterranean.
Holland America Line is celebrating an impressive anniversary.
Friendships are forged on this cruise around New Zealand on the refurbished Azamara Journey.
Cruise news: The Cruise Director
Luxury ship line will take delivery of its newest luxury ship Seabourn Ovation in April 2018.