Anne Kalosh

Anne Kalosh

US editor of Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News

Anne Kalosh is the US editor of Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News. She covers global stories, reporting both breaking and in-depth news on cruising's significant people, places, ships and trends. A sought-after expert on cruising, she has moderated conferences around the world, including the high-profile State of the Industry panel at Seatrade Cruise Global. She created and led the acclaimed itinerary-planning case study for Seatrade's cruise master classes held at Cambridge and Oxford universities. She is the cruise columnist for, and her freelance stories have appeared in a wide range of publications, from The New York Times to The Miami Herald.

MSC Cruises may be new to the party in Miami but Thursday's spectacular naming of MSC Seaside gave the city a night to remember.

Kari Tarnowski, who brings vast strategic marketing experience from the luxury cruise and hotel sectors, joined Crystal as VP marketing. 

The leaders of Carnival Corp. & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and MSC Cruises will debate the state of the global cruise industry at the first of two Seatrade Cruise Global keynote panels.

Scanship won contracts from Fincantieri to supply total clean ship systems for Norwegian Cruise Line's four newbuilds.

US Coast Guard veteran Stephen Metruck, who retired at the rank of rear admiral, was selected to lead the Port of Seattle as executive director following an extensive search.

Eighteen people were taken to hospitals in Mexico after a Costa Maya tour bus carrying 27 passengers from Celebrity Equinox and Serenade of the Seas, a tour guide and driver overturned Tuesday morning.

With 16 new ocean-going ships set to join the global cruise fleet in 2018, investors are focused on the impact of capacity increases.

Norwegian Cruise Line will send Norwegian Bliss back to Alaska for a second season in 2019, joining Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Jewel, while Norwegian Getaway will be back in the Baltic after a one-year hiatus, part of a five-ship Europe lineup.

Despite the impact of hurricanes, which cost 11 cents per share in the fourth quarter, Carnival Corp. & plc sailed past Wall Street's forecast and its own guidance to post adjusted net income of $452m, or 63 cents per share, compared to $491m, or 67 cents per share a year ago. The outlook for 2018 is in line, apart from the under-consensus Q1.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages is designing a program exclusively for Mexicans, with Magellan to operate a short season of Mexican Riviera sailings in early 2019 under the Cruceros Marítimos Vacacionales banner.

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