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Azamara Club Cruises launched its 'City Stays' program in collaboration with Cox & Kings, a leading luxury tour operator.

One of the most powerful leaders in cruising, Deanna Austin has played a critical role in the development of the global industry, according to her boss, Jan Swartz, group president, Princess Cruises and Carnival Australia.

With today's departure of Emerald Princesss, the Port of Vancouver's 2018 cruise season will close with more than 900,000 passenger movements on 243 calls. This is a 7% increase in passenger volume from 2017.

Virgin Voyages has teamed with one of New York City's most historic tattoo brands to offer the kind of souvenir sailors have been bringing back from sea for generations.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. plans to report third quarter financial results on Oct. 25.

Voyages to Antiquity launched a new promotion on the North American market, offering special discounts for five Europe 2019 cruises plus free airfare from select gateways.

MedCruise launched a Working Group to promote cruising in the Black Sea at a meeting in Odessa today.

Silversea became the latest cruise line to chart Cuba with voyages that will be open to travelers of all nationalities. Departing for Cuba from the United States, the 17 voyages promise authentic experiences with immersive land excursions in various destinations.

In its first year, Guardians of the Coast—promoted by the Costa Crociere Foundation and one of Italy's biggest citizen science projects—engaged thousands of students.

Windstar Cruises' new 'Easy Stays' program was designed in partnership with select hotels and destination management companies across the world to create a seamless cruise-hotel-transfer package.

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