October was the busiest cruise month of 2022 for DP World Limassol, as 29 cruise ships carrying over 46,000 people berthed at the port and used its passenger terminal. Between January and
Rhapsody of the Seas was the first cruise liner to dock at the new Ayia Napa Marina, carrying 3,000 passengers and crew. Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos and Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades welcomed
Cyprus tourism will receive a generous boost from increased cruise ships calling at Limassol port, with stakeholders claiming that passenger traffic this year will exceed 2019. Limassol port operators estimate 160,000 passengers
American cruise giant Royal Caribbean will continue cruises from Cyprus in the next two years, casting their vote of confidence in the island’s tourism. The good news for Cyprus tourism and shipping
Celestyal Cruises, restructured with new investors, has launched its 2022 programme of sailings, mainly in the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean, offering packages at nearly half price if booked by March 31.
Louis Plc, the CSE-listed hotels-to-travel group, is setting up a new holding company with New York-based Searchlight Capital Partners, which will take over ownership of Celestyal Cruises and pump €70 mln in
Cyprus shipping said it is dedicated to reducing plastic waste in the Mediterranean from cruise ships and related tourism. Deputy Minister for Shipping Vassilis Demetriades held a meeting with Dr Xenia Loizidou,
Celestyal Cruises is launching a seven-night Greek island cruise in July and August, departing from Limassol on board the Olympia. It is the third cruise company to include Cyprus in its itineraries
Royal Caribbean International will operate new seven-night cruises to Greece and Cyprus on the super cruiser Jewel of the Seas starting 10 July. Through October, the voyages will depart from Limassol, visiting Athens
Tourism stakeholders are hoping to put Limassol on the cruise holiday map as the number of tourists visiting the city on cruise liners has increased at an impressive rate during the year.