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A trio of proven VPs were promoted to SVP at Norwegian Cruise Line and its parent, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.

Viking Cruises chairman Torstein Hagen unveiled a new multi-channel brand advertising campaign and announced the company's sixth ocean-going ship will be named Viking Jupiter.

Winter storm Grayson has delayed Norwegian Breakaway's return to New York today. As a result, the ship's 14-day cruise scheduled to depart Friday afternoon is delayed until Saturday, with sailing set for 3 p.m.

Tourism partners, suppliers and representatives from local attractions are invited to meet cruise line executives and other key industry players at the Port of Seattle's 2018 Cruise Connections, scheduled for Jan. 19.

Over the last ten years, the UK’s Portland Port has been steadily growing its cruise business from four calls and 2,000 passengers in 2009 to record breaking figures of 32 ships bringing nearly 39,000 passengers expected in 2018.

Measured supply growth, a better booked position for 2018 versus 2017 and improved technology, benefiting ticket and on-board revenue, point to a favorable start for cruise stocks ahead of wave season, UBS said in a note.

Over 2,000 guests will be embarking Costa Luminosa in Venice on Saturday for the start of a 106-day round-the-world cruise travelling across three oceans and visiting 41 destinations before returning to Venice on April 22.

Home-based travel agencies Cruises Inc., CruiseOne and Dream Vacations are hosting their first LGBT Getaways group cruise, planned to become an annual event.

UK-based Marella Cruises launched its first ever television advert on January 1, 2018 that will run for four weeks cementing the new brand name amongst key audiences.

Seabourn enters its 30th year with the arrival of a new ship, Seabourn Ovation, and events across the fleet throughout 2018.

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