Oceania Cruises reported the single best booking day in its 16-year history on April 17 with the opening of sales for the 2020/21 winter season voyages.

Update adds Bruce Nierenberg's views about which lines could be harder hit by the uncertainty of potential changes

President Trump's tightening of restrictions on Cuba—driven by the country's support for the embattled government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro—has sparked concerns about the potential impact on cruises.

A record 28m passenger movements were recorded at MedCruise member ports during 2018.

The US Virgin Islands is determined to position itself as the No. 1 tourism destination in the Caribbean by employing robust public-private partnerships.

Aegean Odyssey will cruise the Norwegian fjords this summer with special guest, Sir Ranulph Fiennes on board.

Berenblum Busch Architects, a Miami-based global architecture, planning and interior design firm, has designed Carnival Corporation & plc’s first cruise terminal in Japan.

Sustainability sparked a lot of attention at Seatrade Cruise Global this year. During a dedicated session, panelists discussed the impact of growth and the need to take active responsibility for greener practices.

Following Explorer Dream’s christening ceremony in Shanghai last week, Dream Cruises is offering savings of up to 30% on cruises departing Sydney between October 27 and February 23, 2020.

The Nunavut government and the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on cruise ship tourism in the territory.

New trends for the German market emerged in 2018 with a swing toward longer cruises and a pullback from remote destinations like Asia and the Caribbean in favor of Europe, particularly the Baltic but also the Eastern Mediterranean.

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