In cutting its 2019 earnings guidance, Carnival Corp. & plc said its Continental Europe brands have been facing heightened geopolitical and macroeconomic headwinds that are impacting this year's performance.

Galveston-based Carnival Vista has been experiencing an issue affecting its maximum cruising speed. As a result, the June 22 and June 29 sailings are being revised, and the July 6, July 13 and July 20 cruises have been canceled. The ship will be out of service 17 days.

Pullmantur Cruises’ Colombia market share reached close to 50% last year.

Independent naval consulting firm Knud E. Hansen A/S has designed a 100-passenger, 110.3mtr cruise vessel powered by low‐sulphur diesel and wind which is compliant with current IMO emissions' regulations.

U River Cruises — formerly U by Uniworld — detailed three new itineraries in 2020 and the return of The B after its 2019 Seine River program was canceled.

Aurora Expeditions’ soon-to-be-introduced Greg Mortimer will be joined by NASA astronomer Michelle Thaller and NASA engineer Andrew Booth as special guests during its total 'Solar Eclipse in Antarctica' voyage, scheduled for 2021.

Carnival Cruise Line unveiled several new dining and bar spots that will appear only on Mardi Gras and shared further details of the ship's Lido and Summer Landing zones.

Crystal Expedition Cruises announced Capt. Thomas Larsen will bring out Crystal Endeavor, scheduled to embark on its maiden voyage from Tokyo in August 2020.

MSC Opera resumed sailing from Venice on Saturday, nearly two weeks after the ship lost control when docking, striking the pier and ramming Uniworld Boutique River Cruises' River Countess.

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