Italtel, a telecommunications company in Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), managed services and IP communication, announced it is renewing the communications network of Costa Cruises to implement an integrated communication system, based on IP protocol and capable of delivering new services.

Princess Cruises’ resident 77,441gt Sun Princess departed Singapore today on a 12-night voyage to Fremantle after a multi-million dollar refurbishment.

Carnival Corp. & plc's Fathom brand, which has been under fire for not taking bookings from Cuban Americans due to Cuban regulations, is now accepting bookings from all travelers.

Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 will showcase highlights from the largest privately owned Marilyn Monroe collection on the line’s transatlantic crossing, August 9-16, 2016.

A new exhibition at Southampton's SeaCity Museum shows how the city’s relationship with the ocean liner began and then grew in the early 20th century, and utilises items from its own maritime collection.

MedCruise participated at the CETCOM conference in Beijing China last week presenting the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas as a cruise destination. The event was attended by more than 80 travel agents from 40 Chinese agencies and 20 tourism media.

Bookings for Royal Caribbean’s 2017/18 season in Australia, which includes the return of Ovation of the Seas, will open Thursday.

Hakata Port and Fukuoka City suffered no damage from the earthquake that hit southern Japan on the night of April 14 and all commercial facilities and tourist attractions in the city are open and operating as normal.

Shipping association Bimco has identified two ‘top priorities’ for IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) meeting next week (April 18-22, 2016) taking place in London.

Costa Group announced that starting in April 2017, the 1,800-passenger Costa neoRomantica will be based in Asia year-round.

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