Royal Caribbean Chairman and CEO Richard Fain's 2018 compensation was worth $12.4m, down from $13.4m the year before when the company achieved its multi-year 'Double-Double' targets.

Fincantieri's new board of directors has again confirmed Giuseppe Bono as CEO. The board recently met under the chairmanship of Giampiero Massolo, who also was confirmed by the shipbuilding group's shareholders.

Carnival Corp. & plc declared a quarterly dividend of 50 cents per share.

Frank Del Rio, president and CEO, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, received 2018 compensation valued at $22.6m, up from $10.5m the year before.

Meyer Turku's €29m profit in 2018 was down from the €32.5m in 2017, on greatly increased turnover of €969.7m, up from €808.2m.

Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) chalked up a strong year in 2018 as the cruise segment once again broke records.

Genting Hong Kong's growing cruise segment helped boost revenue and EBITDA in the second half of 2018, however the company posted a net loss of US$72m, up from the $41.1m loss in 2H 2017.

Lim Keong Hui has been appointed deputy CEO of Genting Hong Kong. He also continues as an executive director, a role he has held since 2013.

The Bahamas government signed a letter of intent on Wednesday with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and ITM Group for the sale of Grand Lucayan Resort and the redevelopment of Freeport Harbor.

Caribbean yields turned positive for Carnival Corp. & plc on an 8% year-over-year capacity increase in the first quarter, and pricing is 'nicely higher' going forward, while pricing in Alaska is lower, also on 8% more capacity.

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