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Hurtigruten appointed Wendy Man, a veteran of Costa Cruises and Royal Caribbean Cruises, as Asia-Pacific regional sales & marketing manager for Hong Kong, South China and Southeast Asia.

Miami-Dade County commissioners unanimously approved the plans for Norwegian Cruise Line's new Terminal B at PortMiami.

Sea Cloud Cruises promoted Kathryn Whittaker to captain of Sea Cloud II. A Canadian, she is the first female captain in the Sea Cloud Cruises fleet, which fields two sailing ships, the 64-passenger Sea Cloud and 94-passenger Sea Cloud II.

Tauck riverboats Treasures and Esprit resumed sailing from Amsterdam following a massive reconfiguration of their interior spaces to create larger cabins and reduce passenger count.

Shifting away from the standard art auction program, Holland America Line is working with ArtLink to give cruisers the opportunity to participate in a number of interactive art events, delve into the arts and crafts of regions visited and to purchase art.

Following repairs to what MSC Cruises described as 'minor damage,' MSC Armonia resumed its Caribbean cruise after striking the end of the pier at Roatán in Honduras.

In a move to strengthen the entire South Pacific region as a desirable international cruise destination, CLIA Australasia md Joel Katz has renewed a memorandum of understanding with South Pacific Tourism Organisation chief executive Chris Cocker.

Radiance of the Seas will leave Port of Newcastle on April 17 to sail to Sydney and leave as scheduled that evening on a repositioning voyage to Hawaii.

Carnival Corp. & plc announced an 11% increase in its quarterly dividend to 50 cents per share, up from 45 cents. Additionally, the board approved the re-authorization of up to $1bn in share repurchases covering both Carnival Corp. common stock and Carnival plc ordinary shares.

Shipbulding veteran Peter Fetten will become president and CEO of MV Werften, effective May 1.

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