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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.

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

The cruise industry's multifaceted, million-dollar advertising campaign to get the word out that the Caribbean is open following hurricanes is making a difference and has chalked up more than 5bn media impressions.

It's been three months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, but the island is declaring its comeback for tourism as the winter season kicks off Dec. 20. Already cruise ships have been visiting for two months.

It's one thing for cruise lines to say 'the Caribbean is open.' Windstar Cruises' Steve Simao, VP sales, went a step further and took a Star Pride cruise this week to see for himself, inviting along his mom and several travel agents.

Puerto Rico is back in the charts for Carnival Cruise Line following Hurricane Maria.

Following successful test operations, AIDAperla over the coming weeks will be ramping up to the regular use of liquefied natural gas when docked at Mediterranean ports.

Celebrity Cruises is upping the ante in the Galápagos by building a dedicated all-suite ship, Celebrity Flora, packed with environmental features and a style similar to Celebrity Edge.

One of cruising's most important destinations, the US Virgin Islands, has returned to the cruise charts following a monumental recovery effort.

Resurrecting tourism after a natural disaster isn’t easy. There’s the perception that everything is destroyed or closed, and when visitors stay away the destination loses badly needed income to put people back to work and fund recovery.

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