If you've never heard of Windstar, the privately owned small-ship line is well worth getting to know.
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.
A river cruise from St Petersburg to Moscow skims the surface of the world's biggest country
Alaska's cruise season starts in May and this year promises to be the busiest the region has experienced.
P&O Cruises has been delivering comedy shows at sea since 2009 and is gearing up for its biggest yet.
When Queen Elizabeth arrives next February for its keenly anticipated two-month season, the ship will be showing off some of Australia's best-known brands.
In a first for the luxury cruise line, Crystal Cruises' two top-rated ships, Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, recently met in Sydney.
Cruise news: The Cruise Director
When it arrives in Sydney in December 2019, Carnival Splendor will be the newest and largest ship to be home ported year-round in Australia.
Bookings for music cruises have doubled over the past year, according to Cruise Express managing director.
The hot new show on P&O's new flagship Pacific Explorer is unlike anything I've seen on a cruise ship.
Greg Mortimer – the ship – is the first of its type in the world.
Six of the new ships will cruise the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers and the seventh, Viking Helgrim, will cruise Portugal's Douro River.
Day trips are a great way to taste some of the country's best sites while you're cruising ... and you can always come back to your favourites.
The new boutique, luxury, mid-size and expedition ships that are set to join the world's fleets in 2018.
The coming year has plenty in store for fans of megaships.