Luxury Cruise News
Luxury cruise lines are enhancing their product offerings with new yachts, more suites, exclusive shore excursions and itineraries that explore the far reaches of the globe.
Consider These Luxe Cruise Lines for Incentive Bookings
Transcend, Regent, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection and Scenic Group offer luxury charter experiences ideal for incentives.
Drought Conditions Could Affect Summer European Cruises
Lack of snow and dry conditions in some parts of Europe are raising concern about a summer drought that could affect river cruising.
4 Myths About Sailing Charters
Dream Yacht Worldwide, one of the world’s leading ocean tourism companies, clears up a few misconceptions about sailing charters.
Disney Cruise Line to Add New Ship
The new Disney Cruise Line ship is expected to be among the first to be fueled by green methanol, one of the lowest emission fuels available.
Introducing New 7-Day Hurtigruten Expeditions
Hurtigruten's 7-day itineraries make two bucket-list experiences that until now have only been available on longer cruises—the Galapagos Islands and the Northern Lights in Norway—more accessible for incentive groups.
Four Seasons Yachts to Set Sail in 2025
Four Seasons is extending its luxury lifestyle brand and singular style to the high seas with the first Four Seasons Yacht.
Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Easing COVID Guidelines
Cruise lines continue to ease up on their COVID guidelines, opening the way for unvaccinated passengers to cruise as well.
Cruise Lines Shift Safety Policies As CDC Stops Reporting Cases
After two years of tracking COVID cases on cruise lines, the CDC has ended its cruise line-specific reporting program—and in response, many lines have immediately started loosening COVID protocols.
On Board the New Disney Wish
Prevue recently had a chance to sail on the maiden voyage of the brand-new Disney Wish. Here are some highlights.
Incentive Adventures With Scenic: Small Ship Luxury
Scenic Group's ultra-luxury ships and Emerald's premium contemporary ships are well-outfitted for ocean and river incentive charters.
Cruise State of The Industry: Rebounding and Ready for Incentives
A robust cruise forecast at Seatrade Cruise Global bodes well for incentives at sea.
CDC Eases Health Restrictions on Cruising
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lifted COVID-related health warning on cruise travel the agency put in place at the start of the pandemic.
Cruises Are Back for 2022
The mood among a panel of cruise line industry presidents was optimistic at CLIA’s Cruise360 conference last week.