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Starting Friday American Cruise Lines will become a national sponsor of Washington Week, the Peabody Award-winning news analysis series on PBS.

Seabourn kicked off its annual Signature Savings Event with discounts and/or value-added amenities on select voyages in 2018 and 2019.

In an attempt to speed up immigration clearance for cruise passengers, the government of India has waived the requirement of capturing biometrics for visiting cruise tourists arriving on an e-visa.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. hired a veteran of companies including ADT Corp., Coca-Cola and Raytheon as SVP and chief human resources officer. Laura Miller succeeds Paul Parker, who left in October.

General counsel Mona Ehrenreich, a longtime and highly respected senior executive with Princess Cruises/Holland America Group, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with cancer.

American Cruise Lines, based in Guilford, Connecticut, raised more than $14,000 during the holiday season for the Connecticut Food Bank.

Sea Cloud II became the first cruise ship to visit Dominica following the ravages of Hurricane Maria in September.

After 38 years of service to the American Association of Port Authorities, director of research and information services Rexford Sherman retired at the end of December.

KfW IPEX said the €2.5bn in multi export credit agency financing for Royal Caribbean's pair of LNG-powered newbuilds at Meyer Turku in Finland is the largest syndicate financing package the German bank has ever structured and led on its own.

Sixteen ocean-going cruise ships valued at a total $8.4bn are due to arrive in 2018, according to Seatrade's orderbook.

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