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Held every five to six years, the Rouen Armada celebrations commenced Thursday to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. Azamara Journey, Marco Polo and Europa will be joining the line up this year.

American Cruise Lines' newbuild, American Harmony, moved under its own power to Chesapeake Shipbuilding's outfitting pier at 5 this morning.

Cruise and Maritime Voyages’ 1,220-capacity Vasco da Gama arrived in Tilbury Thursday, following her maiden voyage from Singapore.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. said 2019 adjusted earnings per share could be reduced 35 cents to 45 cents due to the Trump administration's ban of cruises to Cuba from the US.

Lindblad Expeditions announced it will become a carbon neutral company beginning in 2019, enforcing its longstanding commitment to the environment.

Silversea Cruises appointed Bill Davis as VP expedition operations and development, based in Miami and reporting to Conrad Combrink, SVP expeditions and destination experiences. 

A Brussels-based Transport & Environment report claims Carnival Corp. & plc ships have ‘emitted nearly 10 times more sulphur oxide (SOx) around European coasts than the 260m European cars on the road in 2017.’ It also says Royal Caribbean Cruises emitted four times as much SOx as the European car fleet.

MSC Opera's next cruise, with embarkations scheduled from Bari on June 8 and Venice on June 9, has been canceled as the ship remains in Venice pending the completion of an investigation.

Production began for expedition newbuild Seabourn Venture with a ceremonial steel-cutting in San Giorgo di Nogare, Italy. Seabourn President Rick Meadows and T. Mariotti Managing Director Marco Ghiglione presided.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. estimated impact of the Trump administration's new Cuba travel rules would reduce 2019 earnings per share in the range of 25 cents to 35 cents.

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