AIDA Cruises is the leading German cruise operator and one of the leading cruise lines in Europe. Having some of the most modern fleet in the world, AIDA is one of the fastest growing and most profitable touristic companies in Germany. With this continuous growth, AIDA Cruises offers many interesting career opportunities for skilled personnel and managers at sea. It also operates according to the highest international quality, environmental and safety standards. AIDA Cruises distinguishes itself through innovative, cutting-edge technology in the areas of navigation and communications systems, the engine technologies as well as in the hotel operations.

The cruise line reflects the attitude towards active and open-minded Guests of all ages. AIDA Cruises offers more diversity and variety: from an active holiday to a relaxing vacation time. At the same time Guests can enjoy all comforts of a floating hotel. They find a variety of offers on board and on land: culinary delicacies, fascinating entertainment, dreamlike possibilities in the area of fitness and wellness and the best childcare, on top fascinating routes, destinations and shore excursions in the most beautiful regions of this world.

Carnival Maritime is the world’s first full-service provider for maritime operative processes. It works exclusively for Costa Group ships and, occasionally, for other ships in the Carnival Group. The company is renowned for its pioneering achievements in digital real-time monitoring of cruise ships.

At the group’s sites in Hamburg and Shanghai, it is currently monitoring 29 cruise ships from the Costa Group (incl. AIDA, Costa Cruises and Costa Asia) with the use of state-of-the-art technology – around the clock, seven days a week.

Carnival Maritime is part of the Costa Group and draws on the parent company’s decades of experience in all matters.
Costa Cruises is a British/American owned Italian cruise line, based in Genoa, Italy, and under control of the Carnival Corporation & plc.

Founded in 1854, the company originally operated cargo ships, in order to carry olive oils and textiles from Sardinia to Liguria. In 1924 the company passed to founder's sons (Federico, Eugenio and Enrico) that started commercial activities, buying the ship Ravenna. Commercial activities continued until the introduction of passenger services in 1947, with regular services between Italy and South America. The company later converted its entire fleet to full-time cruising, and as an independent company became one of the largest cruise operators in Europe. Acquired by Carnival Corporation in 2000, Costa Cruises is now one of ten brands operated by Carnival and accounts for approximately 16% of its revenue.
For 147 years, Holland America Line has been a recognized leader in cruising. If you are looking for some of the most spacious and comfortable ships at sea, award-winning service, exquisite dining, extensive activities and enrichment programs and compelling worldwide itineraries, you've come to the right place.

Its fleet of 11 modern classic ships offers more than 500 sailings a year visiting all seven continents. Cruises include both popular and less-travelled ports in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, Mexico, South America, the Panama Canal, Australia, New Zealand and Asia — as well as unique voyages to the Amazon, Antarctica and its extended Grand Voyages.

Holland America Line is proud of its environmental program. The company earned its initial ISO 14001 certification in June 2006. As the internationally recognized standard for environmental management, ISO 14001 encompasses virtually every aspect of its ships' operations. Holland America Line has been recertified to meet that standard again and again — demonstrating its belief that the safeguarding of its guests, crews, ships and the environment in which they live and operate is not only the right thing to do, but it is essential to the successful conduct of its business.

YOUR HOLIDAY STARTS THE SECOND YOU STEP ABOARD. The company that invented cruising.

Founded in 1837, the ships of P&O Cruises have been cruising the seas of the world for over 160 years, from those early days P&O undertook voyages described as excursions, the forerunners of today's cruising when passengers from England regularly travelled with the Royal Mails to ports on the Iberian Peninsular and the Mediterranean, returning home on other P&O mail voyages.

Today, P&O Cruises is Australia and New Zealand's leading cruise line offering cruises to the South Pacific, Queensland and Asia from Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Singapore which appeal to couples, friends and families of all ages. The local fleet currently consists of the 47,000 ton PACIFIC SUN carrying 1,900 passengers and the 35,000 ton PACIFIC STAR with 1,350 passengers. Australia's first superliner; the 70,000 ton PACIFIC DAWN carrying 2,050 passengers joined the fleet in 2007 as the most modern and largest cruise ship ever to be based in Australia. Pacific Dawn has introduced Your Choice Cruising with more choice in cabins including balcony cabins, more choice in entertainment and more choice in dining with five different evening venues.


Princess Cruises is a premium American cruise line, with offices in the Valencia section of the city of Santa Clarita, California, and operating cruise ships. The company was made famous by The Love Boat TV series, in which two of its ships, the Island Princess and Pacific Princess were featured.

Princess Cruises began in 1966, when founder Stanley MacDonald chartered Canadian Pacific Limited's Alaska cruise ship Princess Patricia for Mexican Riviera cruises from Los Angeles during a time when she would have usually been laid up for the winter.


Founded in 1951, Saga began as a small hotel in the seaside town of Folkestone. Noticing a gap in the market for off-peak holidays, entrepreneur Sidney De Haan launched breaks for retired holidaymakers. The idea took off, and soon he expanded the Saga concept to hotels and tours around the globe.

Under the leadership of Sidney’s son, Roger De Haan, the company grew into a complete lifestyle brand for the over 50s. And they haven’t looked back. In 1997, Saga Cruises launched its very own cruise line, which started with a single ship, the much-loved Saga Rose.

The company is still based in Folkestone, its hometown for 70 years, and it is proud of its heritage as a company who really cares about their customers, and who champions them in all aspects of their life.

Viking Cruises offers both river cruises and ocean cruises through two product lines. A global corporation headquartered in the United States with main operational headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, the company was established in 1997 by a Scandinavian and Dutch consortium led by Torstein Hagen. Initially the company purchased four Russian ships and provided a Russian river-cruise product to Europeans. The following year the company purchased additional ships and continued to cater to the European market. In 2000, the company expanded into the American market, establishing U.S. headquarters as Viking River Cruises in Los Angeles, California. Through rapid expansion, the purchase of KD River Cruise lines, and unprecedented new builds, the river cruise division grew to be the world’s largest river cruise line, and currently offers cruises along the rivers of Europe, Russia, China, Southeast Asia and Egypt. In May 2013, the company announced the launch of a new small-ship ocean cruising division, which began with the maiden season of Viking Star in spring of 2015, and featuring Baltic and Mediterranean itineraries. And in 2016, Viking Star was joined by two equally elegant sister ships, Viking Sea and Viking Sky.

Viking Cruises continues the Viking tradition of exploration along the world's great waterways. The Board of Directors includes prominent investors and financial leaders with impressive credentials in cruising and shipping, and the company is led by Chairman Torstein Hagen, a native of Norway and one of the original founders of the company.
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