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Norwegian Cruise Line's new PortMiami terminal, recently approved by Miami-Dade County commissioners, is on a fast track, with an April 26 groundbreaking ceremony planned.

Two new consortia partners, Signature Travel Network and Ensemble Travel Group, joined Carnival Cruise Line's 2018 Executive Partner Advisory Board.

Acclaimed singer and actor Rachel York is the godmother of Crystal River Cruises' newest vessel, Crystal Debussy. She will preside over the May 28 christening ceremony at the Port of Amsterdam.

Two of five new 2019 ocean voyages announced by Viking Cruises link Australia to Latin America and South Africa.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Astoria became the first cruise ship to use Visby's new berth, operated by Copenhagen Malmo Port (CMP), on the  island of Gotland, Sweden. The CMV ship berthed on Monday, the first of some 90 cruise calls expected this year. 

American Cruise Lines' first new ship of 2018 successfully completed sea trials in Chesapeake Bay.

Nations meeting at the International Maritime Organization adopted an initial strategy for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from ships, with the goal of phasing them out as soon as possible.

After sitting for almost ten years in Dubai, going nowhere, the former Cunard liner, Queen Elizabeth 2, is set to open next week as a floating hotel.

When Christine Duffy became president of Carnival Cruise Line in 2015, she famously visited all 24 Fun Ships in a year. The first vessel delivered on her watch, Carnival Vista, followed in 2016, and now Duffy's aboard No. 26, the new Carnival Horizon.

Golden Princess has embarked on Princess Cruises’ inaugural Singapore to Alaska cruise after dry dock in Singapore.

 

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