Weekly Cruise Deals and Insider News 7/26

Weekly Cruise Deals

As popularity in the cruise industry blossoms, the competition with each line increases. What does that mean for your next cruise vacation? It means more exciting promotions, innovative ships, new technology and unique activities. See what the major cruise lines have to offer and get ready to set sail!

Latest Cruise News

Disney Cruise Line is saying “be our guest” to their fans by announcing the addition of not one, but three new ships, nearly doubling the size of their award-winning fleet. The names, designs and itineraries are still in development, but each ship is promised to have its own unique characteristics. The downside is that Disney fans will have to wait a while as the family-friendly vessels will be delivered in 2021, 2022 and 2023, respectively. This has many singing “someday my ship will come…”

Coming Soon!

Sip sip hooray! Norwegian Cruise Line is bringing back their “Meet the Winemaker” cruises for a second year. Norwegian Dawn and Escape will host the events which include appearances by well-known vintners like Michael Mondavi along with Q&A sessions, wine tastings and wine-paired meals. The program will run on five sailings from September of this year to March 2018.

Group Bookings

Orlando Travel Company has hundreds of groups traveling across several major cruise lines. Contact our travel agents today to see if there is an existing group booking that falls over your travel dates so you can take advantage of special group incentives and discounted rates.

Orlando Travel Company Exclusive Promotions

  • NEW for 2018 – Princess Cruises’ Cruisetour
  • 14-night Off The Beaten Path
  • 7-night pre-cruise land tour with 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise
  • More information here 

Current Promotions