Seattle opened its 20th year as a cruise homeport with the arrival of Celebrity Eclipse today to the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal at Pier 66.

Vancouver's 2019 cruise season opened Friday with the arrival of Emerald Princess to Canada Place. More than 1m passenger movements (1,077,000) are expected at the BC port this year.

The Port of Cromarty is experiencing a significant increase in passenger and cruise ship numbers visiting the Highlands.

Princess Cruises sent out footage from a drone of Sea Princess arriving in Adelaide’s Outer Harbor on Monday to tout the company’s largest commitment to South Australia in the 2020/21 local summer season.

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.

Over 12,500 jobs are created in the Baltic region as a result of the cruise industry. More people than ever before are cruising in the Baltic Sea, and that is showing on the positive economic impact in the region.

The Port of New Orleans set a new record in 2018 with 1,182,111 cruise passenger movements, up 2.3% from the year before. A 23% surge in guests taking Mississippi River cruises helped buoy the total, with new and larger ships set to sail from New Orleans both in the Caribbean and on the river in 2019.

For the first time in Southeast Asia, two Princess Cruises’ ships—Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess—have docked in several ports in Southeast Asia on the same day. The sister ships are sailing in the region for the Singapore homeporting season.

Prince Edward Island's Port Charlottetown projects 146,000 passengers and 63,000 crew to arrive for the 2019 cruise season, set to kick off May 1. That tops 2018's record of nearly 98,000 passengers and 44,000 crew.

World's first LNG-propelled cruise ship AIDAnova made its maiden call at the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Cruise Terminal in the Canary Islands, marking the start of Carnival Corp. & plc's operation of the facility.

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