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Cruise Broome chairman Shayne Murray expects a A$7m dredging project at Port of Broome in Western Australia to be completed before next year’s annual conference of the Australian Cruise Association.

Azamara Club Cruises' third ship will enter service in Europe in August 2018 following a 'massive' drydock refurbishment, president and CEO Larry Pimentel told Seatrade Cruise News.

Three years ago Cruise the Saint Lawrence embarked on a cruise passenger welcome policy adopted by all nine of its member ports. This has entailed assessment, training and annual evaluation of hundreds of criteria including infrastructure, human resources and the quallty of activities offered.

At a ceremony today in Busan the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries of Korea was welcomed as a member of the Asia Cruise Cooperation, becoming the first ACC party from Northeast Asia.

At a sod-turning ceremony the first stone in the construction of the 330,000sq mtr new port area in Kalundborg has been thrown into Kalundborg Fjord.


The keel laying of Hanseatic inspiration, the second of Hapag Lloyd Cruises‘ new expedition ships, was held on Wednesday at the Vard shipyard in Romania.

 The City of Bordeaux, together with local supplier Suez, has introduced a new system of collecting garbage from visiting cruise ships using a barge.

CNNS (Cruise Northern Norway and Svalbard) has become a partner of a three-year EU-financed project with the goal of developing cruise tourism to Northwest Russia.

Denmark's commercial port of Bornholm, Rønne Havn A/S and Danish contractor, Per Aaarsleff A/S, have agreed to implement the first phase of an expansion plan which envisages the handling of cruise ships up to 350mtr long.

Since China’s Huarun Dadong Dockyard (HRDD) ventured into cruise ship drydocking and repair at the start of 2015, the yard has been making steady headway in this growing segment.

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