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Cruises Are Back! These Ships Will Sail This July From Florida

The cruise ship industry has come a long way since the days of the rust buckets and cramped cabins of the 1960s. Pack your bags, because the cruise ship industry is about to get a whole lot better. This July, one of the world’s most luxurious ocean liners, the Splendour of the Seas, will set sail from the Port of Miami for a six-night round trip to the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic, a first for the ship. In just a few weeks, another vessel, the Quantum of the Seas,Read More


Princess Cancels 2021 Canada & New England Cruises

After Princess Cruises announced a plan to add two new cruise ships to their fleet in 2021, Princess Royal canceled her cruise on the line, leaving her successor to the throne, Princess Eugenie, without a cruise vacation. It’s official. Disney Princess will be canceling their cruises in 2021. The cruises were Princess’s most successful product under the brand, and Disney has decided to withdraw it due to low ticket sales. The cruises were the first line under the brand, and Princess was never intended to be a cruise line. PrincessRead More


MSC Cruises Announces U.S. Restart Dates

MSC Cruises has announced schedule changes, including a new start date for the MSC Divina. It will leave for a scheduled summer 2018 USA sailing on Friday, June 15, the line announced today. From that point through Monday, July 22, the MSC Divina will provide sailings to the Bahamas, the Bahamas from Nassau and St. Thomas and the Caribbean. It’s the end of a long wait for American passengers who have booked a cruise with MSC Cruises. The cruise line announced this week that U.S. passengers will resume sailing fromRead More