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Following two delays, AIDAnova—world's first LNG-propelled cruise ship—was delivered to AIDA Cruises by Meyer Werft Wednesday morning.

Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises unveiled the complete 2021 deployment for Crystal Esprit. Nearly all of the 62-passenger, butler-serviced, all-suite yacht’s voyages are seven days, to suit busy calendars or combine for expanded vacations.

AmaWaterways' 2020 preview brochure introduces new land extensions to Istanbul and Nice, additional wine cruises and itineraries including a new route for the double-wide AmaMagna one year after its introduction.

The American Association of Port Authorities promoted two staff members, Mary Beth Long to VP external affairs and Meredith Martino to VP member engagement.

Through a partnership with Accessible Travel Solutions, a company devoted to expanding opportunities for disabled and senior travelers, Silversea Cruises is now offering accessible shore excursions.

Carnival Cruise Line will deploy its #ChooseFun AirShip on a monthlong tour across California as part of a yearlong promotion leading up to Carnival Panorama's introduction.

Biosecurity New Zealand has introduced a fine of NZ$400 (US$275) for passengers who unintentionally take ashore food or other items that could carry dangerous pests or diseases.

Piraeus-based Celestyal Cruises has just closed a 'very successful year’ and plans to build on this success by 'maximising' the company's target to make the Greek cruise experience available to the world, year-round.

Azamara Club Cruises' 'Share & Save' offer for the 2019 wave season takes 50% off the fare for the second passenger in a stateroom.

The Port of Galveston on Sunday welcomed the 10 millionth passenger to embark since the Texas port began cruise operations in 2000.

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