If you haven’t already heard then Virgin Cruises will be making a major announcement on Tuesday
A $300 Million lawsuit against Virgin Cruises has been settled. Colin Veitch who is a former NCL CEO filed a lawsuit in Miami against the newly formed Virgin Cruises in March 2015
The newest cruise line in the world has announced that it has ordered three new cruise ships with the first ship from Miami, Florida in 2020.
The newly formed Virgin Cruises is about to reveal further details at a major press event in Miami, Florida on Tuesday morning.
According to a report in Italy the newly formed Virgin Cruises is closing in on an agreement with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri to build two large cruise ships.
The futuristic design of two Virgin cruise ships have been revealed because of a lawsuit against Richard Branson’s new company.
As we follow the development of newly founded Virgin Cruises, Sir Richard Branson has revealed further details in an exclusive interview.
The Virgin group have officially announced the formation of Virgin Cruises and the Florida based company are aiming to take the industry by storm. The new cruise line has announced it’s CEO and lead financial investment partner.
Virgin Cruises is getting ever closer to becoming the industries newest cruise line with a huge investment.
At the moment the Carnival Corporation has been quite on the new cruise ship order topic but could the worlds largest cruise company be on the verge of ordering 1, 2, or even 3 new vessels? According to cruise industry analyst Robin Farley from UBS Investment Research Carnival could order