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Silversea’s guests will be able to take advantage of a selection of Silversea’s air travel promotions departing from Dublin Airport.

 

 

         

 

Three vice ministers from China's National Customs, Ministry of Transport and Ministry of National Culture & Tourism will address this year's Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific taking place next week in Baoshan, Shanghai between October 23-25. In addition, Lei Fan Pei, president of CSSC is among keynote speakers as well as Madam Wong Hong secretary general of the CPC Baoshan District of Shanghai Municipal Committee.

Sailing to more than 400 ports across Europe and the Americas in 2020, Oceania Cruises' six ships will delve into the Mediterranean, the diversity of Europe’s western wine country, the history of the Baltics, British Isles and Norway, and the majesty of Alaska, Iceland, Greenland and the Canadian Maritimes.

Luxury travel network Virtuoso reported increased winter Caribbean bookings one year after the destructive hurricanes Irma and Maria.

World-renowed designer Adam D. Tihany continues to expand his cruise portfolio by signing on as creative director for Cunard Line's 2022 newbuild.

On the heels of a record-setting 2017-2018 cruise season, Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris in conjunction with Minister of Tourism The Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grant met with top executives from Carnival Corporation & plc to discuss further development of the partnership between the destination and the cruise line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The number of cruise passengers visiting Ports of Stockholm - located in Stockholm, Kapellskär and Nynäshamn - is continually rising, and has set a new record again this year.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages is gearing up for Columbus’ 120 night round the world cruise departing from London Tilbury on January 5, 2019.

Ponant expanded its US-based sales and marketing presence with the appointment of two cruise veterans, Jennifer Rosen as director of marketing and Yenedi Perez to the Miami-based sales team.

Carnival Cruise Line is going to transform and rename a third Destiny-class ship when Carnival Victory becomes Carnival Radiance in 2020. This $200m refit represents the final phase of what Carnival tallies as a whopping $2bn fleet enhancement—the largest and most extensive in cruising—of more than 20 vessels since 2011.

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