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Voyages to Antiquity launched a new promotion on the North American market, offering special discounts for five Europe 2019 cruises plus free airfare from select gateways.

MedCruise launched a Working Group to promote cruising in the Black Sea at a meeting in Odessa today.

Silversea became the latest cruise line to chart Cuba with voyages that will be open to travelers of all nationalities. Departing for Cuba from the United States, the 17 voyages promise authentic experiences with immersive land excursions in various destinations.

In its first year, Guardians of the Coast—promoted by the Costa Crociere Foundation and one of Italy's biggest citizen science projects—engaged thousands of students.

Windstar Cruises' new 'Easy Stays' program was designed in partnership with select hotels and destination management companies across the world to create a seamless cruise-hotel-transfer package.

MSC Cruises and Fincantieri signed a memorandum of agreement to build four 500-cabin, ultra-luxury ships for a total value in excess of €2bn.

Kurt Nagle, long-time president and CEO of the American Association of Port Authorities, plans to retire from the AAPA next fall. This follows more than 33 years of service to the port industry.

Carnival Corp. & plc announced a quarterly dividend of 50 cents per share.

This week, the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators marks its 15th anniversary, and sustainable tourism is on the agenda as AECO welcomes 120 participants to its Arctic Cruise Conference in Oslo.

Liverpool’s proposed new cruise terminal development is being showcased in a 90-second ‘fly through’ animation released today.

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