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PrimePort Timaru in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealand between Christchurch and Dunedin is installing 15 shore bollards and new wharf bollards for the safer mooring of ships, including cruise vessels.

Advanced bookings are now open for Ponant’s Le Commandant-Charcot.

Sirena, fresh from its 're-inspiration' as part of the OceaniaNEXT program, sports 342 refreshed staterooms and suites, transformed public spaces and some especially notable new artworks.

Carnival Cruise Line expanded its yearlong 'Why Use a Travel Advisor' (WUATA) program dedicated to promoting the value of travel agents with the launch of WUATA.com, a WUATA brochure and a WUATA Facebook page.

Wendy Williams will take the helm of Virgin Voyages' Scarlet Lady as the first Canadian woman to command a major cruise ship, and the company rolled out new itineraries replacing those that featured Cuba.

Bernard Aronson, Elliott Bisnow and Dan Hanrahan were all elected to new terms on the board of Lindblad Expeditions Holdings.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is said to be partnering with two Alaska businesses on a private dock just north of Ketchikan that could accommodate two mega-ships.

Seabourn Venture's veranda, panoramic veranda and penthouse suites, designed by Adam D. Tihany, feature bespoke furniture, tactile materials and details that convey timeless luxury.

Holland America Line will operate 32 varied Panama Canal sailings between September 2019 and May 2020. Seven ships will offer 16 unique itineraries, including full transits ranging from 14 to 23 days, as well as 10- and 11-day partial transits that also visit southern Caribbean ports.

Chris Perry brings more than 20 years of global theme park experience to Royal Caribbean International in a newly created role as VP operations - private destinations.

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