‘Overcrowding is an issue that both local ports and cruise lines need to work together to address,’ said David Vass, svp worldwide cruise business and operations Abercrombie & Kent Destination Management during Seatrade Cruise Global's conference session on Monday.

Intercruises Shoreside & Port Services is strengthening its team in Italy with the appointments of Eleonora Prata as National Manager Italy and Marinella Megaro as Port Agency Manager Italy.

Zielia.com, the new online tool for cruise line itinerary and shore excursions planners, is getting enthusiastic reviews by some influential industry names.

Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona unveiled five experiences that highlight the city’s finest qualities. These give an insider's view and bolster the hotel's appeal as an option for pre- and post-cruise stays.

Cruise arrivals to Grenada rose 14.5% in 2018, and the Grenada Tourism Authority implemented its Cruise Guest Experience Project last March to improve tourism offerings.

Led by Southampton City Council, the Leisure Excursions for Cruise and Conference in Southern UK has made big strides to boost tourism for the ports of Southampton and Plymouth.

 

In 2020, Holland America Line's Amsterdam, Zaandam and Zuiderdam will visit Canada/New England on more than 40 cruises. The April to October season—perhaps the most robust offered by any cruise operator in the region—provides a choice of 10 itineraries ranging from six to 14 days.

Around 50 delegates gathered recently for a cruise business seminar in Southampton led by the city council.

Silversea's immersive new culinary discovery program S.A.L.T.—an acronym of 'Sea and Land Taste’—will make authentic, local cuisine available to all travelers via curated experiences on board and ashore.

The Australian Cruise Association has reappointed its ceo Jill Abel for a further three years, taking her term to July 2022.

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