News Headlines

P&O Cruises attracts big cheese to culinary line up
P&O Cruises has enhanced its speciality culinary offering on Britannia with the introduction of international cheese judge and expert Charlie Turnbull.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s policy of notifying—but not necessarily citing—speeding vessels in protected areas along the US East Coast was effective in lowering their speeds through sensitive areas,…
Noble Caledonia acquires a third ship
London-based Noble Caledonia has acquired a third sister for its fleet. Joining Island Sky and Caledonian Sky later this year will be Sea Explorer. All three vessels were formerly part…
Forth Ports Cruise welcomed Cunard’s Queen Victoria to its new cruise ship anchorage near Newhaven Harbour, Edinburgh.
Chris Allen, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s associate vp of global deployment and itinerary planning, and John Stoll, vp land programs for Crystal Cruises, have been named as keynote speakers for…
AAPA calls for flexibility with CBP staffing, facilities for cruise ports
The need for Customs and Border Protection to be flexible with staffing and facilities requirements to serve the cruise business was underscored in written testimony by the American Association of…
The 13-knot vessel speed limit in Alaska's lower Glacier Bay will be raised to 20 knots due to a decrease in the number of humpback whales in the area.
Cunard Line opened sales for the nine new single-occupancy staterooms on board Queen Elizabeth, effective from the Dec. 16 sailing.
Seabourn touts youthful fleet for Europe in 2015
Seabourn is emphasizing the modernity of its three-ship fleet that will operate in Europe next year, following the transfer of the last two of its original vessels to Windstar Cruises.
In response to the growing number of cruise passengers in Europe, the increasing number of ports involved in the cruise business and new challenges ferry ports might be facing, the…
Page 745 of 776