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More than 150 cruise industry stakeholders were aboard Independence of the Seas this week for the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's annual Platinum Associate Member Advisory Council Summit.

Adventures by Disney will increase European river options in 2019, including new sailings along the Seine from Paris. In addition, new Southern California land packages can be added on to 2018 Disney cruises from San Diego.

MSC Cruises is enhancing its range of cruises from the United Arab Emirates with the introduction of a second ship, MSC Lirica, from next season.

Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., sold 20,000 RCL shares for a total of $2.56m.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. plans to announce fourth quarter financial results on Jan. 24.

In an effort to support communities affected by the 2017 hurricanes in the Caribbean, and after a sold-out inaugural group on the upcoming Jan. 20 Crown Princess sailing, Princess Cruises and Fathom Travel are adding two spring departures.

Carnival Triumph will operate diverse itineraries in 2019-20, with a variety of four- to 14-day cruises from New York, Fort Lauderdale and Norfolk, visiting the Caribbean, Bahamas, Canada, New England, Bermuda and the Panama Canal.

Hurtigruten appointed Angel Moledo as VP customer sales & service for the Americas, based in its Seattle regional headquarters.

In time for wave season Royal Caribbean International teamed up with the authority on personality research, CPP–The Myers-Briggs Co., to create an easy way for travelers to navigate the possibilities for their next adventure.

Many of Norwegian Cruise Line's largest and newest ships will be sailing from new homeports starting in late 2019.

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