Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) announced today the return of the Cruise Ship Season which is set to continue until early 2017.
The cruise ship season aims to add further value to the Kingdom of Bahrain's tour
The next generation of cruise ships moves from concept to construction today, as the first piece of steel is cut at the STX France shipyard for Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship.
The ship will be called "Celebrity Edge,&qu
Qatar Gas Transport Co (Nakilat) has assumed full ship management and operations of Q-Max LNG carrier Mekaines from Shell Trading and Shipping Company Ltd (STASCo), as part of the planned and phased transition announced earlier this year.
Discover the beauty and history of the Arabian Gulf with a seven-nights voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s 'Vision of the Seas', which will depart from Dubai this December and sail to Khasab, Muscat and Abu Dhabi in several cruises
With over 50,000 passengers expected to arrive at the Doha port this season, Qatar Tourism Authority, along with the Ministry of Interior and Qatar Ports Management Company – Mwani Qatar, have announced new measures to facilitate eas
Harmony of the Seas, the Royal Caribbean’s biggest- ever ship, is set for its inaugural sea voyage this month on a western Mediterranean itinerary.
At 361-m in length, it’s longer than both the Eiffel Tower and Burj Al Arab
A stomach bug causing vomiting and diarrhea has spread to more than a quarter of the 919 passengers aboard a British cruise ship, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said, as the ship docked in Maine over the weekend.
Royal Caribbean, a leading cruise line brand, is taking family fun to new heights on-board Harmony of the Seas the world's biggest ship with First-at-sea features.
The newest addition to Royal Caribbean International's awa
Nakilat - Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM), the joint-venture shipyard between Qatar’s Nakilat and Keppel Offshore & Marine, has signed a landmark deal with the Angelicoussis Group of Companies to be the preferred shipyard for sh
Norwegian shipowner IM Skaugen has disclosed it is seeking $50 million in compensation from a marine unit of Volkswagen for rigging performance tests of ship engines produced over a decade ago.
IM Skaugen alleges that the specific