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Independence of the Seas will continue to call Southampton home for the 2019 season following her return to the UK this May after a multi-million pound makeover.

Royal Caribbean International has decided to pay travel agents full commission when their clients redeem a future cruise certificate.

Travelers on Windstar Cruises' 'Grand Mediterranean' adventure will put in to more than 40 ports in 51 days across this great sea aboard the world’s largest sailing ship.

Holland America Line is introducing a new retail experience on board featuring new products and services, including an expanded logo collection, locally cultivated items, a new Fujifilm photo space and new supplier partnerships.

UK-based Traveltek Group appointed cruise industry veteran Francis Riley to lead its ambitious expansion strategy in the Americas.

SEA\LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to accelerate the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel, today voiced its support for the carriage ban on noncompliant fuels proposed by the International Maritime Organization when the 0.5% sulphur fuel limit comes into force in January 2020.

Victory Cruise Lines added executive firepower with the appointment of a small ship/adventure cruising veteran as president and CEO.

Aurora Expeditions continues to expand its global sales team with the announcement of two new sales-focused directors spanning the UK, Europe and North America.

Global Ports Holdings (GPH) shares rose 10.2% to 435p towards the close of trading Monday after the world’s largest cruise ports operator earlier reported a loss in 2017, but said it expects single-digit growth in revenue and adjusted earnings in 2018.

Acapulco and Guerrero state officials have embraced Cruise & Maritime Voyages' plans to begin operating Magellan from the port of Acapulco in February 2019.

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