The Italian stock exchange reacted positively to Fincantieri's better than expected 2018 results.

Chalk up another major Caribbean-region cruise development project for Global Ports Holding with its selection to develop Nassau's Prince George Wharf to the tune of $250m.

Norwegian Cruise Line will be rolling out its new guest-facing 'Cruise Freedom' technology with the debut of Norwegian Encore later this year.

Having boosted 2018 profit by 60% and turnover by 6%, river cruise operator A-ROSA Flussschiff is expanding to a new river this year and is planning a new vessel.

Norwegian Bliss, along with strong organic ticket pricing growth across all core markets and robust on-board spending, pushed Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings to a higher-than-forecast fourth quarter profit. Guidance for the first quarter and full year 2019 also passed expectations.

Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International, sold $2,364,288 worth of RCL stock on Feb. 15.

Argentina expects to handle 551,000 passengers during the current cruise season, up from 491,986 in 2017/18 and a 27% spike since 2016/17.

Work is under way at Port Canaveral to widen roads, improve traffic signals and install a new wayfinding system. These upgrades are aimed at easing traffic flow and promoting traffic safety around the port’s northside cruise terminals and growing cargo operations.

Bernt Reitan, who has served as a director of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. since 2004, plans to retire from the board effective from the 2019 annnual shareholders meeting.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. declared a quarterly dividend of 70 cents share.

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