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Cruises are not affected under the Trump administration's new Cuba travel restrictions, issued today, according to multiple sources.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization/World Travel Market Ministers' Summit on 'overtourism' cited a need for the tourism sector to engage more and better with local communities.
Royal Caribbean International's Vision of the Seas began its seasonal homeport service from the Port of Galveston this week with a five-day western Caribbean cruise.
Passengers who pre-book Holland America Line's Explorations Central (EXC) Tours can be assured they're getting the lowest rates through a new Best Price Guarantee program.
Carnival Cruise Line signed an agreement with Shell NA LNG to be its supplier of marine liquefied natural gas to power North America's first fully LNG-powered cruise ships.
Lindblad Expeditions Holdings raised third quarter net income to $9.3m, or 20 cents per share, up from $7.4m, or 16 cents per share a year ago. Tour revenues rose 20%…
The number of cruise passengers visiting Québec City in 2017 exceeded projections and reached an all-time high of 201,000, a more than 30% increase last year.
For the first time since 2014, Oasis of the Seas will spend the summer season in Europe when the ship repositions to Barcelona in 2019.
All four of the world's largest cruise ships will continue sailing from Florida in 2019 through April 2020, but three will change homeports.
Alaska will be getting its first Quantum-class ship in 2019 when Ovation of the Seas redeploys from Sydney, Australia. Ovation will sail weekly from Seattle to destinations including Juneau and…
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