7/1/24 Hurricane Beryl, Disney Adventure and a BIG 4th of July Sale

The little cruise line that could, Margaritaville at sea has gotten a little less “little” lately by welcoming a second ship to its fleet.  By now many of you have heard the parrot heads rejoice with the news that Margaritaville at Sea has brought on the former Costa Atlantica and transformed her into the Margaritaville […]

Oh Villa Vie, Where Art Thee

 The launch of Villa Vie Odyssey has been marked by multiple delays, causing considerable frustration among passengers. Initially, the departure was scheduled for May 15, 2024, from Southampton. However, this was pushed back to May 30, with the port of departure changed to Belfast. The company states that the initial delay was to ensure that […]

6/17/24 Champagne for Teachers, Seuss Xmas in July, Wanna Name a Moose?

P&O Austrailia, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation, will be folding its brand after over 90 years as the company shuts down and gets absorbed by Carnival Cruise Line.  In an effort to consolidate its fleet and solidify its flagship cruise line, Carnival Corporation will send Pacific Encounter and Pacific Adventure to Carnival Cruise Line and […]

6/5/24 More Delays for Residence at Sea, Australia P&O No Mo, Juneu Limits Passengers

P&O Austrailia, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation, will be folding its brand after over 90 years as the company shuts down and gets absorbed by Carnival Cruise Line.  In an effort to consolidate its fleet and solidify its flagship cruise line, Carnival Corporation will send Pacific Encounter and Pacific Adventure to Carnival Cruise Line and […]

12/4/23 From the Bridge-Cruise News

Four Seasons, a legendary band in luxury accommodations, is throwing its hat into the ocean. On November 29th the steel was cut for the inaugural Four Seasons Yacths. Parent company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings CEO Larry Pimentel weighed in on the company’s optimistic expectations. “Today is cause for great celebration, as this moment marks the beginning […]

MSC is Looking to Break More Records

MSC Cruises partners up with the Guinness book of world records In a recent press release, MSC announced a new partnership with Guinness World Records.  Guests on board some MSC ships will be able to take part in daily activities that can earn them the right to participate in stage shows where they will have […]

Cruise Line Looking for New Caribbean Artists

Royal Caribbean is doing something a little different in the way of its art program with its newest ship Icon of the seas.  The cruise line announced that they will be looking to spotlight a few artists local to the Caribbean by featuring their work in highly visible areas on the ship.   The “Artist Discovery […]

So You Want to Start a Cruise Line

So you want to start a cruise line Seatradecruise.com is hosting a yearly trade show called Seatrade global, which kicks off on Sunday, March 26th, and runs through Thursday march 30th.  Various cruise industry executives and dignitaries will be on hand to host conferences and networking events at one of the most well-attended events of […]

More Obstacles for Royal Beach Club in Nassau

Concerns over the current plans that Royal Caribbean has to build a beach club resort on Paradise Island have been coming to a head lately and the voices of many locals and local businesses have been growing louder.  The project, called Royal Beach Club, has been in the works since 2020 and is estimated to […]

Magician Attacked by Passenger on Cruise Ship

When I say the name Ben Murphy, what does that mean to you?  If you haven’t seen his act, or his Australian tv show, I would imagine, not too much.  Entertainers often hear, break a leg, before they go out and do a show, but they don’t often hear “break a skull.” On Wednesday, March […]