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Nonprofit tour operator Road Scholar will have the use of its own ship for the first time starting in 2020. Voyages to Antiquity's 350-passenger Aegean Odyssey will sail on charter…
Regent Seven Seas Cruises introduced new 'Go Local' tours that visit homes, studios, markets and farms, and 'Regent Choice' small group tours.
Pullmantur Cruceros’ Horizon departed from Port Mina Rashid in Dubai on Sunday to undertake the Spanish cruise line's inaugural 'Dubai and Legends of Arabia' itinerary, the company's first winter season…
The Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators signed the Buenos Aires Declaration, which states that signatories cannot knowingly facilitate the carriage or sale of illegally traded wildlife products.
Reinforcing its commitment to expand and diversify global sourcing and distribution, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings promoted Harry Sommer to president, international.
A group of breast cancer survivors from the US, UK and Singapore led by US‐based non‐profit organisation Send Me On Vacation, were invited by Royal Caribbean International’s Asia Pacific office…
Shanghai has granted approval for 30 multinational enterprises, including MSC Cruises, to establish regional headquarters in the city.
The cruise industry's long-running lawsuit against the city and borough of Juneau over a $5 head tax and $3 per passenger port development fee may be drawing to a close.
Relatively unknown to the cruising public in France but convinced of its growth potential there, Oceania Cruises is expanding its presence in the market.
PortMiami projects an estimated 52,000 passenger movements on Sunday, setting a one-day record for the 'Cruise Capital of the World.'
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