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.

Since first setting sail in 1994, Silversea Cruises has carried almost half a million travelers on approximately 4,100 voyages. Its ships have logged an accumulated total of more than 47,800 cruise days, while passengers have journeyed a combined total of more than 9.4m cruise days.

The first Global class ship for Genting Group’s Dream Cruises, due for delivery in 2021, is to be installed with 17,000sqmtr of decking solutions from Dutch company Bolidt.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings shareholders voted four directors to continue serving until 2022 at the company's annual meeting on Friday in Miami.

MSC Cruises’ MSC Grandiosa, the first of the Meraviglia-Plus class and due to launch later this year, will introduce new MSC for Me features such as improved pre-planning capabilities. On-board packages and shore excursions can be booked through the MSC for Me app and added to personal agendas.

Theme parks veteran Anthony Esparza is joining Carnival Cruise Line as chief of guest experiences, vice president, a new role.

To incentivize cruise lines to homeport in Panama, President Juan Carlos Varela issued a decree authorizing reimbursement for the cost of one Panama Canal transit.

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.

Carnival Cruise Line assembled a highly experienced team to bring out Mardi Gras, its next-generation ship under construction at Meyer Turku and set to debut in summer 2020.

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