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Greg Mortimer, the first Infinity-class expedition newbuild for SunStone Ships, was floated out at China Merchants Heavy Industries in Haimen.

A Florida man injured in a fall from Sky Pad, a bungee trampoline experience aboard Mariner of the Seas, is suing Royal Caribbean for $10m.

Longtime Princess Cruises executive John Chernesky has been promoted to SVP North America sales and trade marketing. He will continue to lead the North American sales teams for Princess and Cunard, in addition to assuming responsibility for all Princess trade marketing.

Barcelona-based ADELTE has been contracted by three US cruise ports to deliver a total of six passenger boarding bridges.

Cruise arrivals to Grenada rose 14.5% in 2018, and the Grenada Tourism Authority implemented its Cruise Guest Experience Project last March to improve tourism offerings.

BIO-UV Group has inked a contract to supply its BIO-SEA ballast water treatment system for installation aboard two cruise ships currently under construction for MSC Cruises at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard at St. Nazaire, France.

SeaDream Yacht Club, a two-ship brand since its founding in 2001, is expanding with its first newbuild, a 15,600gt luxury mega-yacht that will enter service in September 2021. The order represents a cruise a breakthrough for the Damen Group.

Led by Southampton City Council, the Leisure Excursions for Cruise and Conference in Southern UK has made big strides to boost tourism for the ports of Southampton and Plymouth.


The latest newbuild of Papenburg-based Meyer Werft, Spectrum of the Seas set sail from the German yard headed towards Eemshaven on March 20.

Immediately following the announcement that Royal Caribbean International will homeport Radiance of the Seas at the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal comes news that the company will bring Serenade of the Seas to Sydney for the first time to operate from the Overseas Passenger Terminal between October 2020 and April 2021.

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