Juneau and Cruise Lines International Association Alaska have reached an agreement that will end long-running litigation over how a $5 head tax and $3 per passenger port development fee are spent.

Steven Cernak, who spurred the growth and development of Port Everglades over the past seven years with new and dramatically renovated cruise terminals and long-term cruise contracts, died after a battle with cancer. He was 63.

Cruise Lines International Association is accepting applications for a new executive partner membership community for the hotel operations/food and beverage category.

Starting in 2021, the Port of Dublin will limit cruise calls to two large ships per week for the summer season, one large ship per week in the winter and zero turnarounds.

The Australian Cruise Association has reappointed its ceo Jill Abel for a further three years, taking her term to July 2022.

The number of Germans taking river cruises grew at a higher rate than that of those choosing ocean cruises during 2018.

The number of Germans taking an ocean cruise totaled 2.26m in 2018, up from 2.19m in 2017, according to CLIA Germany.


Some of cruising’s top women leaders will take center stage during the keynote session of Seatrade Cruise Global the morning of April 9.

A proposal to hit cruise lines with a new tax will add an unfair burden to the industry and drive up costs for both operators and passengers, Cruise Lines International Association Australasia has warned.

Representatives of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association were in Panama Thursday to learn about the new Panama Cruise Terminal, whose construction is well under way on the Pacific side of the country.

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