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Technology is transforming guest services on board cruise ships, while the power of social media is helping lines monitor and improve guest satisfaction.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages will operate 'soft expedition' voyages in the Sea of Cortez from Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point), Mexico's newest cruise homeport.

Frank Del Rio, president and CEO, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, received 2018 compensation valued at $22.6m, up from $10.5m the year before.

Miami-based SunStone Ships signed to build a sixth Infinity-class expedition vessel in China and said it already has a long-term charter agreement in place. Delivery is set for September 2021.

A federal judge has warned Carnival Corp. she may temporarily block its ships from calling at US ports over alleged probation violation related to the company's $40m pollution settlement.

Seabourn gave the first glimpse of select public spaces on its two expedition ship newbuilds set to launch in June 2021 and May 2022, this week at Seatrade Cruise Global.

Explorer Dream, the new member of Dream Cruises' fleet, debuted in Shanghai and will launch its maiden voyage heading to Japan today.

Signature style and design are key when it comes to brand differentiation in the cruise industry, especially in the luxury sector that is currently seeing an uptick in demand. During a session at Seatrade Cruise Global, cruise industry design specialists discussed how originality and diversity can be resourced from outside the industry.

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has teamed up with Tourism Northern Territory to introduce a new education option for its travel agent members focussed on Australia’s Top End.

‘Asia is a region of mammoth proportions, dynamic cultural variances, huge source market opportunity and challenging operating constraints so what needs to be done to propel Asia Pacific into becoming the second largest source market in the world, and maybe even challenging for the top spot?’

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