After looking at the negative effects of cruising on the environment, we will look to three cruise lines to see what they are doing to help combat the negative impacts of cruising.
Oceania Cruises unveiled its most exotic collection of itineraries to date with in-depth explorations of the Holy Lands of Egypt, Israel, and Turkey, the Arabian Peninsula, India, Myanmar, and Indonesia.
On June 14, Ponant took delivery of Le Dumont-d’Urville as the ship left the port of Søvik, Norway for Bergen, ready to depart on her maiden cruise.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises celebrates the inaugural voyage of Seven Seas Navigator following her two-week refurbishment in Brest, France.
This week on Avid Travel With Britton Frost I am passing over the torch, and the mic, to my father Ralph Grizzle as he discusses his recent Backroads sailing aboard Ponant’s Le Lyrial.
What made Le Lyrial yacht-like was its size, which raises a question: At a time when many ultra-luxury lines are building larger new ships, what does being smaller bring to the table? As it turns out, a veritable feast.
In a two part series, we will not only look at the impact that cruising has on the environment, but also how certain cruise lines are trying striving to be more sustainable.
UnCruise Adventures is adding additional Latin American destinations in 2020 with Belize, Guatemala and Colombia chosen for new adventure cruise routes.