A former tender boat of P&O Cruises’ Canberra, which is now a ferry, has capsized in Essex. The Harbour Ferry, operated by Harwich Harbour Ferry Services, capsized in the early hours of Saturday 26 September when strong winds snapped the ...

Carnival Corporation is selling off 18 “less efficient” vessels this year as it looks to save money as a result of the impact of COVID-19. In total, the 18 ships represent approximately 12 percent of pre-pause capacity and only three ...

P&O Cruises today confirmed an extension to its pause in operations, with all sailings cancelled until early 2021. All Caribbean cruises are cancelled until the end of January 2021 and all cruises from and to Southampton are cancelled through February ...

Carnival Corporation has announced it will be accelerating the removal of less efficient cruise ships by removing a further five vessels from its global fleet. Previously, Carnival were planning to dispose of 13 ships, but this has now increased by ...

Carnival Corporation has suffered a security breach over the weekend, admitting its systems were compromised by a ransomware attack. In an 8-K filing with the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), the company said the incident took place on Saturday, 15 ...

P&O Cruises has extended its pause in operations until November 12, 2020 and also cancelled two long itineraries due to depart in January 2021. In the company’s latest video P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: “It is clear that whilst ...

P&O Cruises has announced it now plans to take delivery of Iona “before the autumn” and the launch of the second new yet to be named vessel will be delivered in December 2022, with cruises going on sale in spring ...

P&O Cruises former Oceana has officially been handed over and acquired by Greek-based ferry company, Seajets. The purchase is part of an ambitious extension plan for Seajets operations, which primarily operate between the Cyclades islands. The fleet currently consist of ...

Crew onboard P&O Cruises Aurora alerted the acoastgusrd after sighting a small dinghy in difficulty. According to Bournemouth Daily Echo, the crew on the ship, currently anchored off the coast of Bournemouth, spotted the dinghy two miles out at sea ...

As the impact of Covid-19 continues to wreck the entire cruise industry, several cruise lines are looking to rid their ageing ships, shed tonnage from their fleet and reduce operating costs as much as possible. This has already resulted in ...