MSC's newest is a little lighter than the current titleholder, but has room for another hundred passengers.
As a crisis backlog of passports drags on, the State Department moves to block services selling appointments.
For those with a lot of cash to spare, and willing to wait years for a cruise spot to open up, Regent Seven Seas has an offer.
In a last-minute decision, a Federal Appeals Court overturned a previous ruling and upheld CDC's authority over rules for resuming cruises.
After over 16 months, Canada makes some moves toward re-opening to U.S. travelers and then the world.
Confusion over use of different vaccines for two shots and different interpretations by cruise lines gum up the works for some travelers
Under threat to its World Heritage status, Venice finally gets a real ban on huge cruise ships.
Norwegian Cruise lines are suing for the right to ask passengers about their vaccine status, citing the First Amendment.
Long declared dead, the lavish self-service cruise ship buffet may not be dead after all.
A Federal court ruling give Florida an apparent victory, but may hurt both Alaska and the cruise industry. An appeal is likely.
If you've completed your vaccinations, CDC says, you're good to go. And if you haven't, stay off the water.
With Florida blocking cruise lines from confirming vaccination status, two lines say they will treat passengers as unvaccinated unless they volunteer their vax cards.
A line best known recently for megaships is also entering a smaller-ship market
A dispute over paperwork and marine inspections is keeping Noah bottled up in port...
MSC's new World Europa is pushing the limits of skyscrapers at sea with 22 decks and an 11-deck slide.