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MSC Poesia departed Salvador, Brazil, Thursday at the end of the southern hemisphere summer season when the country posted a 15% passenger spike.

 APT, the family-owned Australian company that operates river and ocean cruises, has launched One Tomorrow, a philanthropic foundation chaired by APT Travel Group director, Robert McGeary, son of Geoff McGeary.

Dover Cruise Port will be exhibiting at next week’s Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami running from April 8-11 with a stand made entirely from waste plastic that was collected from the world’s oceans and beaches during 2018.

As a part of a multimillion-dollar investment, Survitec restructured its cruise business to provide a centralised, dedicated customer service, procurement, training and support hub.

Port of Le Havre in Normandy is planning major development improvement to its infrastructure this year.


Steel being used to produce the first of three new ship sections as part of Windstar’s $250m Star Plus Initiative received the first cut Tuesday, at Fincantieri’s Arsenale Triestino San Marco shipyard in Trieste.

The Australian Cruise Association is sending a record 18 delegates to next week’s Seatrade Cruise Global which is returning to the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center.

The biennial Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum takes place in May against a backdrop of impending Greek port privatisations and a return to stability of regional geopolitical hotspots.

Oasis of the Seas will be deadheading from Grand Bahama Shipyard to Cadiz for service after a giant crane toppled over in Freeport's Drydock No. 2, causing damage to the vessel and the dock structure.

Seatrade Cruise Global will feature 200 new exhibitors at this year’s record-breaking event. Marking its 35th year, the show will return to Miami at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center, April 8-11.

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