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Home > News > November cruise news!
November cruise news!03.12.2021 14:31
In the many promotions and specials, we missed a lot of interesting news from the world of cruises!

By the way, all these promotions with unprecedented discounts on the LINK.
* Some of them are still in effect!
 
We present to your attention a summary of all the important news of November:
 
11/03/2021 TOP 5 most popular US ports named.
It's no secret that cruises are most developed in the United States. Many tourists have no idea how many cruise ports there are in the United States. But there are the most popular, with which the largest number of cruise ships start their cruises.
 
The most popular US ports and liners that call at them:
 
Galveston, TX - 6 ships
• Carnival Vista
• Carnival Breeze
• Carnival Dream
• Liberty of the Seas
• Adventure of the Seas
• Disney Wonder
 
Los Angeles (including Long Beach), California - 6 ships
• Carnival Panorama
• Carnival Miracle
• Majestic Princess
• Grand Princess
• Norwegian Bliss
• Navigator of the Seas
 
Port Canaveral, Florida - 12 ships
• Mardi Gras
• Carnival Magic
• Carnival Elation
• Mariner of the Seas
• Allure of the Seas
• Independence of the Seas
• Disney Dream
• Disney Fantasy
• MSC Divina
• Norwegian Escape
• Harmony of the Seas
• MSC Meraviglia
 
Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale), Florida - 19 ships
• Celebrity Edge
• Celebrity Equinox
• Celebrity Apex
• Odyssey of the Seas
• Nieuw Amsterdam
• Viking Orion
• Emerald Princess
• Rotterdam
• Celebrity Reflection
• Viking Star
• Allure of the Seas
• Enchanted Princess
• Celebrity Millennium
• Celebrity Silhouette
• Eurodam
• Regal Princess
• Sky Princess
• Nieuw Statendam
• Caribbean Princess
 
Miami, Florida - 19 ships,
• Freedom of the Seas
• Symphony of the Seas
• Carnival Horizon
• Carnival Sunrise
• Carnival Freedom
• Celebrity Summit
• Scarlet Lady
• Disney Magic
• MSC Meraviglia
• Norwegian Gem
• Crystal Serenity
• Oasis of the Seas
• Norwegian Encore
• Jewel of the Seas
• Seven Seas Explorer
• MSC Seashore
• Seabourn Ovation
• Norwegian Joy
• Azamara Quest
 
11/06/2021 Cruises in Saudi Arabia and Jordan started for the first time!
 
These are seven-day cruises in the Red Sea on the MSC Bellissima.
Route: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia - 2 days Yanbu al-Bahr, Saudi Arabia - Day at sea - Aqaba, Jordan - Day at sea - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
We remind you that until 04.12.2021 there is a cruise sale from MSC Cruises and this route is included in the sale!
More details
 
11/06/2021 Royal Caribbean Group postpones launching of liners
 
Of course, this is logical, given the number of liners already built and the pandemic.
- Icon class liners will now be launched in 2023, 2025 and 2026. The last two for a delay of 1 year.
- The new Oasis class liner will join the Royal Caribbean fleet in the second quarter of 2024 (instead of 2023).
- Fifth Edge-class cruise ship for Celebrity Cruises will be cgeoty in 2025
 
11/06/2021 Costa Cruises will operate cruises in South America
 
Costa Diadema 5 * 2014 - cruises start in December.
Costa Toscana 5 * 2021 - will start cruises from 16.12.2021
Costa Favolosa 5 * 2011 (renovation - 2018) - will make both weekly and shorter cruises in South America
Costa Fortuna 5 * 2003 (renovated 2018) - will cruise from Rio de Janeiro, offering eight-night itineraries that pass through Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. Ports of call include Buzios, Ilhabela, Ilha Grande, Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
 
11/11/2021 Is Oceania Cruises even better?
 
Oceania Cruises introduces the next round of in-flight culinary enhancements.
Oceania Cruises has announced the start of the second phase of culinary enhancements in its fleet of small craft under the OceaniaNEXT program. According to a press release, the next phase will feature new wine tasting programs, an expanded in-room meal and soufflé of the day at The Grand Dining Room, and more.
We can safely say that these are cruises for real gourmands.
 
11/12/2021 Variety Cruises Resumes Seychelles Cruises
 
Variety Cruises has announced the resumption of its year-round routes in the Seychelles from late December 2021 to 2024.
 
11/16/2021 Windstar Cruises Adds All Inclusive Prices
 
Previously, the cruise line had a base cruise fare with the option to add items such as alcohol, gratuities, and other on-board services.
Now you can choose both the basic tariff and All Inclusive
For Windstar, all inclusive means unlimited wine, beer and cocktails; Wi-Fi; all tips; as well as the cost of the cruise. According to the press release, the new tariff is also available for Wind Class yachts.
 
11/17/2021 Celebrity Cruises has held a cutting metal ceremony
 
Today, the Chantiers de l'Atlantique has cut steel for the fourth Celebrity Cruises Edge-class liner, now called Celebrity Ascent 5 *.
 
11/18/2021 MSC Cruises launches a new liner again!
 
MSC Cruises celebrated the launch of the new MSC Seascape at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy.
 
11/18/2021 Paul Gauguin Cruises has announced its new schedule for 2023.
 
And these are many of the most exclusive routes:
7, 10, 11 and 14 day cruises to Tahiti and other islands of French Polynesia.
Other cruises include rare visits to the Kingdom of Tonga and the stunning islands of Fiji. Port calls: Papeete, Tahiti; Moorea, Society Islands; Tahaa (Motu Mahana), Society Islands; Bora Bora, Society Islands; Aitutaki, Cook Islands; Vava'u, Tonga; Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji; Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji; Beka Island, Fiji; and Lautoka, Fiji. 16-day travel from Fiji to Bali (or vice versa) from Lautoka, Fiji, and continued visit to Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu; Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands; Samaray Island, Papua New Guinea; Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; Thursday Island (sailing only January 21, 2023), Australia; Dili, Timor-Leste; In the sea; Komodo Island, Indonesia; and Benoa, Bali, Indonesia.
 
11/22/2021 Debut of the submarine Crystal Endeavor
 
This is a completely new word not only in excursions but also in expeditions!
The new submarine aboard the Crystal Endeavor made its official debut in Antarctica on the ship's maiden voyage from Ushuaia, which departed last week. Cruise passengers were the first to take advantage of this unique service.
The two-seater (plus pilot) requires no special equipment or gear to take guests on an underwater journey, offering a truly unique way to experience and explore the icy polar region.
Crystal Endeavor is the first of eight 11-day flights to Antarctica that depart from Ushuaia, Argentina and cross the famous Drake Passage before visiting the South Shetland Islands, Weddell Sea, Falkland Islands and South Georgia, and plenty of time to explore the Antarctic Peninsula, home to colonies of penguins, seals, whales and seabirds. The program will run until February 2022.
 
11/26/2021 Singapore opens to foreign cruise tourists.
 
The decision was announced on November 25 and applies to cruise ships arriving in Singapore and meeting the country's prevailing entry requirements.
21 countries include Australia, USA, Great Britain, Germany, Canada, Spain, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, South Korea, Switzerland, Brunei, with immediate effect; Malaysia, Finland, Indonesia, Sweden and India from November 29; Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates from December 6.
 
11/27/2021 The grandiose inauguration of MSC Virtuosa has passed
 
This event took place in the port of Dubai with the involvement of the top representatives of both the cruise company and the UAE. Traditionally, the liner baptized Sophia Loren.
 
11/29/2021 Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has launched cruises on 13 cruise ships
 
Norwegian Cruise Line: nine vessels currently in service; two more ships due by January 1: Norwegian Jade, Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Joy, which are currently in service; Norwegian Dawn and Norwegian Pearl will travel to regions: Caribbean, Mediterranean, Middle East, Bermuda, Panama Canal and West Coast.

Oceania Cruises: two ships currently in service; another one will appear by January 1st.
Ships: Marina and Riviera are currently in service; Insignia will follow regions: Caribbean, South America and Panama Canal

Regent Seven Seas: two ships currently in service; another set to follow by January 1st
Ships Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Explorer are currently in service; Seven Seas Mariner will be watching regions: Caribbean and Panama Canal
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