Donna Tunney

Donna Tunney is a travel news/feature writer and editor with 20-plus years covering cruise news, luxury travel, and Europe and UK destinations. A former staffer at Travel Weekly and at the USAToday Network, she also was a luxury travel columnist at Travel Market Report, and a cruise columnist at Sherman's Travel.

Cruise Line Touts Package For Golf Enthusiasts

Costa Cruises becomes the official cruise line of the biggest international golf competition in the world, the Ryder Cup.

Celebrity Cruises’ New-Build Departs on Sea Trials

Celebrity Cruises' fourth Edge class vessel, Celebrity Ascent sets off on sea trials from the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in France.

Boston Welcomes Its Largest Cruise Ship of the Season

Boston, Massachusetts welcomed its largest cruise ship of the seas, the giant MSC Meraviglia, based out of New York.

Fourth Busiest US Cruise Port Poised For a Record-Breaking 2023

Port of Galveston, the fourth busiest US cruise port is set to complete a record-breaking 2023, as it completes 22 years as a cruise homeport.

Cruise Ship to Sail 155-Night Voyage Across 36 Countries

The luxury cruise line Azamara unveils a 155-night world cruise that will span over 35 countries, setting sailing in 2026.

Cruise News Update: Royal Caribbean Un-Cancels, Carnival Changes

We've got another weekly cruise news update, including Royal Caribbean's final Oasis-class, Carnival changes, which are not good, and more.

Cunard Makes Partnership for Its Large Screen Onboard New Ship

Cunard Line partners with the British Film Institute for its large outdoor screen onboard its new Queen Anne cruise ship.

Cruise Line’s Newest Ship Earns Perfect CDC Score

Oceania Cruises' newest ship, Vista, has received full marks during its United States Public Health inspections (U.S.P.H.) in Boston.

Spirit-Class Carnival Cruise Ship to Homeport in Texas

Carnival Legend to become the 4th ship sailing out of Galveston, Texas from the fall of 2025, offering Western Caribbean cruises.
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