Christopher Edgington, P&O Cruises vp marketing and Ben Bouldin, Royal Caribbean International avp and md UK & Ireland, are to join the CLIA UK & Ireland executive committee board this month.

Port of San Francisco officials greeted the maiden call of Norwegian Bliss on Oct. 3. Norwegian Cruise Line's newest ship docked at the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27.

Norwegian port of Flåm chalked up 153 calls and 257,988 cruise guests in 2018, representing 7,027 more than last year and a record breaking season.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which doubled capacity this year—but is temporarily back to one ship due to a charter—has been upping its game in areas like guest experience and digital marketing, while rolling out new partnerships.

Festooned with garlands, flags and red and yellow bunting—the colors of the Spanish flag—Ritz-Carlton's first yacht moved down the slipway in a traditional launch at Hijos De J. Barreras Shipyard in Vigo.

A record 11 chairmen, presidents and/or CEOs of Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association member lines are going to be involved in workshops at the FCCA's annual conference in November.

Carnival Maritime in Hamburg announced Sandra Diana Bratland has been appointed director, destination affairs for Carnival Group Norway, a new representative office located in Bergen.

For its upcoming conference and trade show in Puerto Rico, the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association expects to draw both the most cruise executives and high-level government officials in the event's 25-year history.

Holland America Line is the gold sponsor for Blue Planet II Live in Concert, which will be hosted by British entertainer Joanna Lumley in Australia next March.

The Micky and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation plans to donate $5m to support relief efforts in communities affected by Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina, Super Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines and the recent Indonesia earthquake and tsunami.

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