Cruise Weekly Videos

Cruise Weekly has gathered a selection of our favourite cruise videos, many of which have been produced by our sister publication Travel Daily TV.
As well as being featured below the videos produced are loaded onto internet video service YouTube, with uploads located at youtube.com/cruiseweekly.
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Posted: Wed 21 Dec 16

Ovation of the Seas arrives in Sydney


Making history.


Posted: Wed 14 Dec 16

Princess Cruises AU TV Commercial – “The Moment”


The first Princess Cruises Australian-produced brand campaign launched on Sun, featuring television commercials, print, digital, social media and an online content series.


Posted: Wed 14 Dec 16

Reimagine Azamara


With guest satisfaction feedback consistently averaging at nearly 100% and countless industry and peer recognitions from around the world, Azamara sets the bar for delivering a destination-immersive experience to all of their guests who #LoveTravel.


Posted: Fri 09 Dec 16

Scenic Eclipse steel cutting


Production of Scenic Eclipse is underway, marked by an official steel cutting ceremony at the Uljanik Shipyard JSC in Pula, Croatia last month.


Posted: Wed 07 Dec 16

Seabourn & UNESCO Partnership


Seabourn has partnered with UNESCO to promote sustainable tourism at World Heritage properties.


Posted: Wed 30 Nov 16

MSC Seaside is almost ready to set sail


MSC Seaside is getting ready to follow the sun.


Posted: Tue 29 Nov 16

Silversea new Australian TVC campaign


These new videos from Silversea are part of the cruise line's new national television campaign in Australia, showcasing its Classic, Expedition, Polar and Kimberley voyages.


Posted: Wed 23 Nov 16

Emerald Princess arrives in Sydney Harbour


The Emerald City put on a dramatic welcome for its first maiden cruise ship visit of the season, with Princess Cruises’ spectacular Emerald Princess greeted by a row of shooting green flames as she sailed into Sydney.