At a festive, kid-friendly event held Thursday at Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade’s Hank Kline Club, longtime supporter Norwegian Cruise Line announced it will donate an overnight aboard Norwegian Encore for the nonprofit organization’s 13th annual 'Wild About Kids' Gala.

The American Association of Port Authorities selected Christopher J. Connor, the former global CEO of Wallenius Wilhemsen Logistics, as its next president and CEO.

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.

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.

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.

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

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