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Costa Deliziosa prepares to depart Savona on round-the-world voyage
Around 2,500 passengers from 35 countries will be onboard Costa Deliziosa when the ship departs from Savona tomorrow on a 115-day round-the-world voyage.
Heraklion's commitment to environmental stewardship
Heraklion Port Authority has instigated a series of initiatives focused on reducing its environmental footprint.
Broome-based North Star Cruises is taking the opportunity to showcase its 36-passenger luxury expedition ship True North to top cruise sellers and media representatives during her annual visit to Sydney.
Crystal Cruises on Saturday denied reports in the German media that it is acquiring Reederei Peter Deilmann and the Deutschland for a total price of €50m, with the deal to…
Ponant Yacht Cruises & Expeditions is making its maiden visit to Sydney with the 264-passenger L’Austral which called at Darwin in 2012.
The World is searching for McAlpin's successor
The World is still seeking a successor to Tom McAlpin, the former president and ceo who left to lead the new Virgin Cruises venture.
David Giersdorf, ceo of Global Voyages Group, urged travel agents to 'secure their future by developing deep expertise around the rising cruise segment, gaining expertise on all fronts, from river…
After decades of advancing maritime safety, environmental operations and passenger vessel accessibility, Capt. Ted Thompson is retiring. This week he wrapped up 19 years with Cruise Lines International Association and…
2015 sees Marco Polo celebrating 50 years of ocean cruising.
With its New Year's Day premiere in the 126th Rose Parade, Princess Cruises kicked off its 50th anniversary celebrations before millions of viewers. The line's float, '50 Years of Inspiring…
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