Editor, Seatrade Cruise News & Senior Associate Editor Seatrade Cruise Review
Anne Kalosh covers global stories, reporting both breaking and in-depth news on cruising's significant people, places, ships and trends. A sought-after expert on cruising, she has moderated conferences around the world, including the high-profile State of the Industry panel at Seatrade Cruise Global. She created and led the acclaimed itinerary-planning case study for Seatrade's cruise master classes held at Cambridge and Oxford universities. She is the cruise columnist for AFAR.com, and her freelance stories have appeared in a wide range of publications, from The New York Times to The Miami Herald.
The International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators is redeveloping its ship scheduling process as part of a commitment to ‘leave only footprints’ by the effective self-management of visitor activities.
A Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings subsidiary entered into the Norwegian Jewel Credit Agreement, providing term loans totalling $260m. These will be used for general corporate purposes, including prepayment of debt for Norwegian Epic.
Crystal Mozart, the double-wide 'Queen of the Danube' that initiated the Crystal River Cruises brand in 2016, will be leaving the Crystal fleet in 2020.
Lloyd’s Register has been awarded recognized organization status by the Italian flag administration and is now authorized to issue statutory certification on its behalf to all seagoing ships sailing with the Italian flag.
The bigger, newer Carnival Sunshine kicks off a year-round cruise program from the Port of Charleston on Saturday, replacing Carnival Ecstasy which is redeploying to Jacksonville.
Norwegian Joy on Wednesday became the largest cruise ship to sail into Icy Strait Point, Alaska.
Newbuild SeaDream Innovation will be equipped with a large battery pack of approximately 4 MWh, enabling silent, emissions-free sailing for up to three hours, with no disturbance to wildlife.
Late Tuesday evening authorities recovered the final two bodies from a midair floatplanes collision in Alaska, bringing the death toll to six. The deceased include four Americans, one Australian and one Canadian.