Effective today, citizens of the US, Canada, Japan and Australia no longer need a visa to visit Brazil. Stays of up to 90 days are allowed with a valid passport, with the possibility to extend up to 180 days.

Fincantieri subsidiary Vard delivered Le Dumont-d’Urville, the fourth ship in Ponant's Explorers series and the ninth in its fleet.

Yokohama’s Shinko Pier Cruise Terminal and InterContinental Yokohama Pier 8 hotel are set to open in November. By end of March 2020, an additional attraction in the precinct will be the adjacent Hammerhead Park and Promenade. The park will feature Yokohama's Hammerhead Crane, the first quay crane installed in 1914 which  will be the central icon of the park.

Lindblad Expeditions Holdings commenced an exchange offer and consent solicitation inviting holders of its publicly traded warrants that were issued in connection with the company's initial public offering to receive 0.385 shares of its common stock in exchange.

A new landing pontoon inside Berwick Harbour’s Tweed dock is now operational and can be reached by cruise ship passengers via tenders.

 

 

 

Victory Cruise Lines is introducing six new itineraries for 2020, building on 2019's 'Splendor of the Great Lakes' (Chicago-Toronto) and 'Canadian Crown Jewels' (Montréal-Boston) routes in 2019.

The new French Quarter Lounge on Disney Wonder is designed to be a natural precursor to dinner at Tiana’s Place Restaurant. Both are inspired by the animated feature 'The Princess and the Frog.'

Scenic Eclipse sea trials 'surpassed every expectation,' according to Capt. James Griffiths of Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours.

Wendy Williams will take the helm of Virgin Voyages' Scarlet Lady as the first Canadian woman to command a major cruise ship, and the company rolled out new itineraries replacing those that featured Cuba.

Chris Perry brings more than 20 years of global theme park experience to Royal Caribbean International in a newly created role as VP operations - private destinations.

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