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Princess 'Red, White & Blue Sale' offers savings up to $700

 For bookings made from today through July 10, Princess Cruises is giving deals on North American sailings of at least 10 days. The 'Red, White & Blue Sale' offers discounts of up to $700 per stateroom, plus up to $150 on-board spending money.

Update adds more insight from David Yellow.

UK-based Voyages to Antiquity entered into a strategic, integrated partnership with Seattle's Global Voyages Group to provide marketing, sales and reservations support for cruise-tour vacations to travel agencies, wholesalers of destination-based travel and consumers in North America.

Bonus savings for Crystal's Bali cruises plus noted filmmaker, chef, Kecak dancers

Four new Crystal cruises featuring Bali this fall and in early 2015 include local overnights aboard Crystal Symphony, Balinese dancers, an Emmy Award-winning anthropologist/filmmaker and perhaps the island's most renowned traditional chef.

Sean Treacy has taken up his new job as Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd’s Sydney-based regional commercial director Asia-Pacific.

Global Voyages Group, Binary Fountain team on social media intelligence for travel

Seattle-based Global Voyages Group and Binary Fountain, a social intelligence company, formed a strategic partnership to provide 'Social Compass for Cruise and Travel,' a tool that aggregates key content from a variety of sources, including unstructured sentiment.

Travel agent Linda Butler has sent dozens of clients on Holland America Line cruises. Now it's her turn to go—every year for life.

Cunard Line celebrity chef and partner Todd English will join Queen Mary 2's US Independence Day cruise from New York to Boston. Aboard the July 1 voyage, English is to develop a new menu with the ship's culinary team that will debut later this summer.

German river operator nicko tours has chartered Vienna I to replace its Britannia after the vessel took on water while sailing in the Ijssel River in the Netherlands over the weekend. Vienna I will operate on a three-week charter while Britannia undergoes repairs.

New brand Pearl Seas Cruises, the sister of American Cruise Lines, has begun operating Pearl Mist. The 210-passenger ship sailed Wednesday morning from Baltimore.

Though Royal Caribbean has no plans for a New Orleans ship after April 2015, port officials aren't giving up on the line even as they are close to nailing the longest term deal ever with a cruise operator, Carnival, forge new terms with Norwegian Cruise Line and actively court other business, including 'Project Nordic.'

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