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.

Canadian Ports Achieve Exceptional 2023 Cruise Season

Atlantic Canada cruise ports achieve an exceptional 2023 cruise season with an increase in passenger numbers.

Princess Cruises Details Its Largest Casino in the Fleet

Princess Cruises showcases its largest-ever casino featured on the line's new LNG-powered Sun Princess cruise ship.

Well-Liked Carnival Cruise Director Steps Down

Well-liked and popular Carnival Cruise Director Jonathan “Cookie” Adams has decided to step down and leave the cruise line.

Popular Cruise Destination Has Substantial Increase in Cruise Arrivals

Cruise arrivals at the popular Caribbean islands of the Turks and Caicos rose substantially, including Grand Turk.

Major US Homeport Reflects on the Past Year

The Port of Galveston in Texas, a major US cruise homeport reflects on a busy 2023, projects that are moving forward and passenger numbers.

Caribbean Cruise Port Handles Double-Ship Turnaround

The popular Antigua Cruise Port in the eastern Caribbean has handled two cruise ship homeport turnarounds.

Cruise Ship to Receive New Dining Venues During Dry Dock

Oceania Cruises details a major refurbishment in May 2024 for the Marina cruise ship, including new dining venues.

Cruise News Update: Ship Issues, Unexpected Cabin, Guest Attire

The cruise news just keeps on coming with an unexpected Royal Caribbean cabin, Carnival engine issues, guest attire and tours.

Turkish Port Ends Cruise Season, Reports Passenger Numbers

Bodrum Cruise Port in Turkey ends season on a high with a total of 1010 ships with over 100,000 cruise passengers.
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