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Norwegian Sky emerged from a three-week drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard with a new lounge and sushi bar, a Starbucks outlet, refreshed dining venues and upgraded accommodations.

Following on details of Seven Seas Splendor's top-of-the-line Regent Suite, announced earlier, Regent Seven Seas Cruises detailed all 14 other suite categories on the new ship, set to debut in February 2020.

V.Ships Leisure is partnering with Mystic Cruises to provide crew management services including deck, engine, and hotel crew for the 9,300gt ice-classed vessel World Explorer.


Niche cruise specialist Poseidon Expeditions has appointed GAC as UK agent for 25 debut calls of 114-passenger Sea Spirit from the Scilly Isles in the south to Scotland in the north.

Cruise Port Rotterdam is expected to welcome a full range of cruise ships this year, including 4,000+ passenger capacity vessels MSC Preziosa, Explorer of the Seas, MSC Grandiosa and Costa Smeralda.

Royal Caribbean International will homeport the 2,400-passenger Radiance of the Seas at the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal at Luggage Point from November 2020 until April 2021.

Juneau and Cruise Lines International Association Alaska have reached an agreement that will end long-running litigation over how a $5 head tax and $3 per passenger port development fee are spent.

Princess Cruises sent out footage from a drone of Sea Princess arriving in Adelaide’s Outer Harbor on Monday to tout the company’s largest commitment to South Australia in the 2020/21 local summer season.

Steven Cernak, who spurred the growth and development of Port Everglades over the past seven years with new and dramatically renovated cruise terminals and long-term cruise contracts, died after a battle with cancer. He was 63.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line hired two Norwegian Cruise Line sales veterans for its Deerfield Beach, Florida, headquarters. Francis Riley joins as SVP sales and Clark Reber as director of partner relations.

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