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Offering his views on the challenges for Europe’s cruise industry, CLIA Europe chair Kerry Anastassiadis shared observations with Cruise Europe delegates on a range of subjects covering environmental stewardship, safety and security, a shrinking map and the arrival of Chinese tourists.


MBNA Thames Clippers is adding two new 170 passenger capacity fast ferry passenger boats this summer to its growing river transport network operating across London.

Norway has become an all-year-round destination for cruise ships, and ports around the country are expecting a record number of calls for 2017.


With the strategic objective of increasing international awareness for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises in the UK marketplace and in particular for Europa 2, the luxury cruise line has announced new details of its marketing campaign ‘Time Out’.


With more new ships arriving in the German cruise market this year and next, the nation is set to continue to hold the top European source market spot and second in the world.


Ex-UK cruise operator, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, has added a fifth ocean-going ship to its fleet having taken delivery of Columbus(most recently ex-Pacific Pearl), earlier this month in Singapore.

Libby Moffet, who launched MG Media Communications with her husband, Bill Gray (hence the MG), in Sydney in 1993, has decided to close down and take a well-earned break to spend time with her family and ‘contemplate new horizons.’

Carnival Corp. & plc's second cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona—a €30m facility due to open in 2018—is designed to handle its next-generation ships powered by clean-burning LNG.

Meyer Werft handed over Norwegian Cruise Line's first ship for the China market during festivities in Bremerhaven. President and ceo Andy Stuart called Norwegian Joy 'a ship that is historic for us' and 'an exciting milestone.'

AIDA Cruises took delivery of its second Japanese-built ship, AIDAperla, from Mitshubishi Heavy Industries in Nagasaki on Thursday.

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