Gulf Times - Cruise-ships
Cruise ships return to Danube with strict safety rules on board

Cruise ships return to Danube with strict safety rules on board

River cruises are making a quiet comeback on the Danube after the COVID-19 pandemic brought global tourism to a standstill and forced companies to suspend voyages.

Pact signed for 2 cruise ships to house 2022 fans

Pact signed for 2 cruise ships to house 2022 fans

Qatar will charter two cruise liners, with a combined capacity of 4,000 cabins, to act as floating hotels for accommodating fans during the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Mega ships return to Doha as cruise season continues

Mega ships return to Doha as cruise season continues

Two mega cruise ships arrived in Doha on consecutive days -- Thursday and Wednesday -- as part of the ongoing cruise season.

Large cruise ships to re-enter Venice lagoon

Large cruise ships to re-enter Venice lagoon

Large cruise ships will be allowed back into the Venice lagoon, but will be kept away from St Mark's Square, the Italian government has announced, limiting a practice seen as an eyesore and a potential environmental risk.

Doha Port welcomes first cruise ship of the season

Doha Port welcomes first cruise ship of the season

Mwani Qatar, operator of the state’s commercial and touristic ports, said the cruise season will see the arrival of 21 cruise ships at the Doha Port.

Two cruise ships expected in Qatar

Two cruise ships expected in Qatar

Two cruise ships, MSC Fantasia and Crystal Esprit, are expected to dock simultaneously at Doha Port on Wednesday, Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) has announced.

Hamad Port to start full operations from December 1

Hamad Port to start full operations from December 1

Qatar’s multi-billion dollar state-of-the-art Hamad Port will start full operations on December 1, the Ministry of Transport and Communications has announced.

Qatar tourism to get new fillip with arrival of more cruise ships

Qatar tourism to get new fillip with arrival of more cruise ships

More than 50,000 tourists are expected to arrive in Qatar aboard 32 ships during the 2016/2017 cruise season, providing a further fillip to the country's tourism industry.