UAE’s Etihad Airways, in conjunction with MSC Cruises, has created a special Fly-Cruise package in celebration of the new Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal launch, which took place yesterday (December 13).
More than 650 guests were
In a further show of regional collaboration, Bahrain became the latest country to confirm its commitment to the Cruise Arabia Alliance, which now has membership from Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Qatar and Oman.
The six-member allian
Dnata, the Middle East’s leading travel management company, has recently entered into partnership with Germany’s AIDA Cruises to provide shore excursions to their guests in Bahrain.
Dnata expects to serve approximately 25,00
Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of ports and industrial zones in the emirate―has started welcoming cruise liners at Sir Bani Yas Island, the Arabian Gulf’s first cruise beach stopover in Abu Dhabi.
Travel Matrix, the Middle East representative for Celebrity Cruises, invited travel agents from across the region on board the Celebrity Reflection to provide them with a first-hand experience of a cruise holiday.
On the luxurious seven
Major developments in Abu Dhabi’s cruise sector and an international marketing and promotional campaign are being rolled out at Europe’s leading business-to-business cruise event, Seatrade Europe, currently taking place in Hamburg, G
An engine fire on board a cruise ship operated by Carnival Corp left about 4,500 passengers and crew stranded in the US Virgin Islands for a second day on Tuesday and forced the cruise operator to cut the trip short.
Dubai Cruise Tourism, part of Dubai Tourism, recently organised a three-city roadshow in China to showcase the emirate as an ideal embarkation destination on an international cruise itinerary for Chinese tourists.
Travel agents across the Middle East can claim a free iPad mini on booking a suite on any of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The iPad mini will be offered on fully paid bookings made via Cruise Master up to March 31, 2016. Payments
Middle East governments should consider easing restrictions on travelling between states to boost the region’s tourism industry and support the fast-developing yachting and cruise market, said Mohammed Hussein Al Shaali, chairman of the UA