Stockholm’s tourism trade is on the up, driven by the cruise industry, according to an independent survey conducted during 2018 by GP Wild. The survey was also carried out in around 20 other port cities.

Norwegian Joy on Wednesday became the largest cruise ship to sail into Icy Strait Point, Alaska.

Carnival Dream on Monday embarked its first voyage from new home Port of Galveston, expanding short cruise offerings from the Texas city.

Gretchen Bell has retired from SeaDream Yacht Club after nearly 18 years. She was VP sales, the Americas East.

As the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee meets this week in London, 10 NGOs have written to IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim to call for an immediate moratorium on the shipping industry's use of exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS), or scrubbers.

It's official: European river giant CroisiEurope is expanding its ocean-cruise fleet by acquiring a second ship, Silver Discoverer. It will operate as La Belle des Océans.

Jacques Van Staden joined MSC Cruises as VP food & beverage in the company's Geneva headquarters. He will lead F&B efforts for the worldwide fleet.

Damen Shipyards Group has established its first presence in Finland. The Helsinki office has been set up to take advantage of the depth of engineering expertise that exists in the country.

Hurtigruten plans to introduce a silent, electric-powered and emission-free catamaran for excursions in Svalbard, starting in spring 2020.

Seabourn Venture, debuting in June 2021, and a sister expedition ship in May 2022, have suites designed by Adam D. Tihany with bespoke furniture, tactile materials and unique details.

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