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Carnival Maritime in Hamburg announced Sandra Diana Bratland has been appointed director, destination affairs for Carnival Group Norway, a new representative office located in Bergen.

Less than a week after her last voyage for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, Hanseatic is headed to Canada to begin service for One Ocean Expeditions (OOE) as Resolute.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced the opening of Ivan Dawson Primary School, the first school to be constructed as a result of the company’s Hope Starts Here hurricane relief campaign.

As expected, Silversea Cruises' expansion under the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. umbrella will be happening fast. The companies today announced agreements to build three new ships for the Silversea fleet.

Genting Cruise Lines celebrated SuperStar Virgo’s inaugural homeport sailing from Tianjin on September 30, from where she will offer seven cruises to multiple destinations in Japan, including Kagoshima, Fukuoka, Beppu and Nagasaki.

Meyer Werft has confirmed a delay to today’s schedule of AIDAnova’s Ems River passage due to insufficient water levels earlier this morning. According to the revised schedule, AIDAnova is going to be ready for departure at 16:00 hrs this afternoon.

Naturetours.com, a small ship expedition company that sails further in to the Amazon than any other line, is relaunching its signature vessel, Tucano, after an extensive refit. The work enhanced the accommodations and public spaces while keeping Tucano one of the most sustainable ships around.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has chartered one of its two ships to assist in the recovery of communities impacted by the recent Massachusetts natural gas explosions.

For its upcoming conference and trade show in Puerto Rico, the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association expects to draw both the most cruise executives and high-level government officials in the event's 25-year history.

AIDA Cruises' newest ship, and the world's first LNG-powered cruise vessel, is scheduled to leave Meyer Werft in Papenburg early Monday morning to begin its conveyance along the Ems River to the sea.

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