Cruise and Maritime Voyages’ 1,220-capacity Vasco da Gama arrived in Tilbury Thursday, following her maiden voyage from Singapore.

Lindblad Expeditions announced it will become a carbon neutral company beginning in 2019, enforcing its longstanding commitment to the environment.

MSC Opera's next cruise, with embarkations scheduled from Bari on June 8 and Venice on June 9, has been canceled as the ship remains in Venice pending the completion of an investigation.

Production began for expedition newbuild Seabourn Venture with a ceremonial steel-cutting in San Giorgo di Nogare, Italy. Seabourn President Rick Meadows and T. Mariotti Managing Director Marco Ghiglione presided.

Saga Cruises’ Spirit of Discovery will be officially named by Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall, July 5 in Dover. This is the first ship to be inaugurated at the port for over a decade and the first to be docked at Dover Western Docks following the £250m redevelopment of the area.

After a gap of more than ten years Vladivostock has restored its status as a partial turnaround port for cruise.

Following the Trump administration's renewed restrictions on travel to Cuba, the US Virgin Islands government is working closely with the cruise lines to help them as they race to rework their itineraries.

Crystal Expedition Cruises appointed seasoned explorer David Sinclair as expedition leader for Crystal Endeavor, arriving in August 2020.

Robert Halfpenny, MD of Australia’s Aurora Expeditions, confirmed an agreement with SunStone Ships for a second Ulstein X-BOW ship for delivery in 2021. In 2018, he had said a sister ship was planned, and SunStone recently firmed the newbuild order, without disclosing the charterer.

Update: This story has been continuously updated with itinerary changes.

Lines are now informing passengers booked on Cuba cruises that they will no longer call at the island, with immediate effect. This follows the Trump administration policy change announced Tuesday.

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