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Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Grand Classica returned to its homeport, Palm Beach, on Monday without having visited Cuba as planned.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has entered into an agreement with Chantiers de l'Atlantique for a sixth Oasis-class ship, to be delivered in fall 2023.

Inventor Rafael Alicea is touting a patented system he hopes will save lives and the high costs of search and rescue operations by immediately detecting people going overboard and pinpointing their exact location.

DNV GL has been awarded a contract for the classification of Sea Cloud Spirit, under construction at Metalships & Docks in Vigo, Spain.

Over 12,500 jobs are created in the Baltic region as a result of the cruise industry. More people than ever before are cruising in the Baltic Sea, and that is showing on the positive economic impact in the region.

Princess Cruises launched its first international advertising campaign developed and produced specifically for Asian markets.

Argentina expects to handle 551,000 passengers during the current cruise season, up from 491,986 in 2017/18 and a 27% spike since 2016/17.

Work is under way at Port Canaveral to widen roads, improve traffic signals and install a new wayfinding system. These upgrades are aimed at easing traffic flow and promoting traffic safety around the port’s northside cruise terminals and growing cargo operations.

Pullmantur Cruises created training sessions for 250 Spanish travel agents at which they were invited to go on a sensory trip exploring the British Islands, one of the line’s newest itineraries for summer 2019.

The Caribbean tourism sector is poised to record strong growth in 2019 on the heels of a better than expected performance last year.

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