Viking is expanding its cruise offerings with new built-for-polar-cruises expedition ships, and is also planning its first North American itineraries.
Can the current wave of cruise line expansion go on forever? Some companies are betting that it can.
Norwegian, one of the leaders in the mega-ship movement, is rounding out is fleet with some smaller ships.
Cruise lines are tracking passengers through ID systems, both for future ship design and to find how to encourage passengers to go where they're wanted.
The cruise line announces a whole slate of shore excursions in 20 ports designed for people with varying mobility issues.
Sailing down the Rhine on a river cruise, Pheymont captured some of the changing light and shapes of the evening.
For next year's International Women's Day, Celebrity Edge's 7-day cruise will feature an all-woman officer crew.
Carnival Cruise Lines shifts its beverage business from Coke to Pepsi. With over 5 million customers a year, it's a sizable account
Two cruise lines will build the island a new cruise port and operate the existing port as cruise visits continue to grow.
Thrill-seeking passengers on a cruise ship get a tight excitement passing through the Corinth Canal.
Cruise lines continue to build and expand their private islands, with Royal Caribbean spreading the concept to the Pacific.
Ferry service between ports in UK, Ireland and the continent continues to grow, with over a dozen new ships on order.
The formerly sleepy U.S. river cruise industry has become a significant factor in U.S. tourism.
The big cruise ship company cuts a Bahamas deal to build a new terminal on Grand Bahama and to expand facilities on its private island.
Cruising along the lower Rhine, PHeymont finds it a fascinating difference from some of the popular impressions of the river.