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Christopher Edgington, P&O Cruises vp marketing and Ben Bouldin, Royal Caribbean International avp and md UK & Ireland, are to join the CLIA UK & Ireland executive committee board this…
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines reported a successful 3Q, 2018 in which a boost in trade sales by almost 30% was just one of a number of year-on-year (Y-on-Y) headline figures…
The lower bow section of American Cruise Lines' second modern-style riverboat, American Harmony, has moved from Fabrication Building No. 4 at Chesapeake Shipbuilding to the assembly launchway.
Genting Cruise Lines—comprising Star Cruises, Dream Cruises and Crystal Cruises—signed a new memorandum of understanding with Indonesia’s state-owned terminal operator, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (PERSERO), as part of an ongoing…
Port of San Francisco officials greeted the maiden call of Norwegian Bliss on Oct. 3. Norwegian Cruise Line's newest ship docked at the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier…
In an update, the US Environmental Protection Agency said the 2013 Vessel General Permit—which covers discharges incidental to normal operation—will not be reissued prior to its Dec. 18 expiration date.…
The death of veteran Australian journalist Malcolm Andrews this week has renewed memories of Sitmar’s Fairstar which cruised out of Sydney for 22 years.
Norwegian port of Flåm chalked up 153 calls and 257,988 cruise guests in 2018, representing 7,027 more than last year and a record breaking season.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which doubled capacity this year—but is temporarily back to one ship due to a charter—has been upping its game in areas like guest experience and digital…
Small-ship cruise line Voyages to Antiquity joined the American Society of Travel Advisors and will take part in an ASTA event in Dallas next week.
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