Some 800,000 cruise reservations are affected by the ban on travel from the US to Cuba

The International Association of Cruise Lines (CLIA) has reported since some 800,000 cruise reservations have been affected by restrictions on travel to Cuba imposed by the United States Government. The association has criticized that this measure has been taken “without prior notice” to the companies that make routes between the United States and Cuba. He […]

MSC Cruises begins the repair of the accident ship in Venice

MSC Crucreros received on Monday the permission of the authorities to begin the repairs of the ‘MSC Opera’, the damaged ship against a dock on the Giudecca canal in Venice. At the moment, the company has not determined when the works will be completed and, because the investigation of the incident is spreading “more than […]

Silversea strengthens its expedition team with the addition of a new expert

Silversea Cruises is proud to announce the addition of a new expedition expert to reinforce its team, leader in the industry. With extensive knowledge and experience accumulated over many years in the expedition industry, Bill Davis joined Silversea in the role of Vice President of Operations and Development of Expeditions on June 1, 2019.   […]