Starboard Cruise Services, an LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton company and longtime partner of Celebrity Cruises, created a next-level shopping experience aboard Celebrity Edge.
In summer and fall 2020, Carnival Legend is scheduled to operate Carnival Cruise Line’s most diverse European season to date. Nine- to 16-day voyages will visit 34 ports in 14 countries including Norway, Scotland, Ireland, Croatia, Portugal, Greece, Greenland and Iceland.
John Gunner joined Windstar Cruises in the newly created role of VP expansion projects, and Capt. Michael Ross as director of marine & safety operations. This comes as the line continues to add destinations and expand its programs, notably, the recently announced $250m 'Star Plus Initiative' ship lengthenings starting in October 2019.
The US National Transportation Safety Board’s Office of Marine Safety has installed BMT’s fully certified Rembrandt navigation simulator system.
Starting in 2020, Hurtigruten will explore Alaska with its new, hybrid-electric powered Roald Amundsen. This new location adds to the company's expanding cruise program, which offers more than 250 worldwide destinations in the 2020/2021 season.
With the official opening of the High Speed Rail (Hong Kong section), Hong Kong is now officially connected to the world’s largest high-speed railway network, opening doors to new opportunities for Asia’s cruise hub.
New business secured with Costa Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line will contribute to a 48% year-on-year increase in cruise traffic at Liverpool next year.
Carnival Cruise Line partnered with the US Virgin Islands Department of Education (VIDE) to host a workshop for 20 music students aboard Carnival Fascination while it was docked in St. Thomas earlier this week.