North tourism operator Cruise Loch Ness (CLN) is celebrating a double triumph in the UK final of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) annual awards.
Scores of budding seafarers turned out at a special event to learn more about The Press and Journal's exotic nautical adventure.
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There was disappointment all round when the first “big” cruise ship of the season didn’t make it into port in Fort William yesterday morning.
The Norwegian pilot on the cruise ship carrying more than 1,300 people that was caught in a fierce storm off the coast of Norway has said the situation worsened when engine problems appeared.
Cruise ships, fishing boats and ferries helped boost activity levels at Shetland’s main harbour last year, according to figures released by Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) yesterday.
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Press and Journal readers will be able to enjoy the best sights Norway and Scotland have to offer when the paper sets sail on its very own cruise adventure.
During visits to Invergordon, I’d feel a pang of envy seeing the relaxed-looking passengers disembarking from cruise ships.
The entrepreneurial pair behind Aberdeen-based presentation and magic firm Fifth Dimension have landed a spot on a Baltic cruise in the latest of a string of international engagements.
The start of the new cruise ship season at Scrabster coincides with plans to step up the port’s involvement in the sector.
Victoria Beckham enjoyed a moment with her family at the end of her New York catwalk show.
Standing on deck, dressed in finery and sipping a cocktail, I gazed open-mouthed at the spectacular scenery surrounding me.
A huge cruise yacht was anchored off Kyle yesterday, raising hopes that increased marine tourism could provide a much-needed economic boost for the area.
Browsing through the Fred Olsen brochure I was intrigued to read of “Fred’s enjoyment promise” – an offer made to new guests. My interest was captured, and when I saw the cruise itinerary on the good ship Balmoral, including visits to the islands of the Azores, Cape Verdes, Canaries and Madeira, it was easy to book.
Ever wondered what silk worms taste like? Karen Bowerman broadens her palette on a cruise along the Mekong, through Vietnam and Cambodia My guide, Zdee, shakes a tiny ball close to my ear. “Hear that rattle?” he says, with excitement. “She’s still alive!” ’She’ is a silk worm.
A favourite destination for readers, Press & Journal Travel take a look at Norway, the magnificent land of the ‘Midnight Sun’.
A startlingly tart apple crumble is my traditionally British dessert, as I sail towards Scandinavia and Russia with one of the UK's most venerable old cruise lines.
Still trying to plan a holiday this year? Let the Press and Journal help with this beautiful Rhône cruise to Provence
One of the world's most popular cruise ships is to set sail for Scotland after talks between Disney bosses and tourism chiefs.
Fine art, gorgeous gardens and extravagant meals are in order for first-time river cruiser Albertina Lloyd on a trip along the Rhine to Amsterdam.
It is difficult to select highlights from a recent cruise in the Hebrides, which were nearly all provided by Mother Nature, but two stand out