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SkySea Golden Era's last cruise will depart Shanghai on Aug. 29, visiting Fukuoka, Japan, before returning to Shanghai on Sept. 2.
Genting Hong Kong is evolving to capture a larger share of its booming home market, increasingly pinning hopes on its newest brand with the Global-class newbuilds going to Dream Cruises.…
Genting Hong Kong's 2017 loss of US$244.3m was down from its $504.2m loss in 2016, due mainly to a one-off gain of $205m for the disposal of certain available-for-sale investments…
Tammy Marshall, founder of The B Hive which helps ‘future-proof' businesses for ongoing success, has released full details of research she undertook last year for the Australian Cruise Association.
Lindblad Expeditions Holdings completed a refinancing of its existing senior secured term loan and revolving credit facility.
Carnival Horizon was delivered to Carnival Cruise Line during festivities at Fincantieri's Monfalcone yard on Wednesday. The 133,500gt ship was built, though, in Marghera.
Canada has developed a more nuanced approach to protecting North Atlantic right whales from vessel strikes in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
MSC Cruises is the first cruise line to receive the 8 Golden Pearls notation from international classification society Bureau Veritas for sustainable and environmental stewardship and covering quality, health, safety…
Silversea became the latest upscale line to extend free, unlimited Wi-Fi to passengers booking any category accommodation, on all ships, including those in its expedition fleet—though not everybody is entitled…
Hotelbeds Group announced the sale of its Destination Management division, including Intercruises Shoreside & Ports Services, to TUI Group as it continues to focus on strategic bedbank core.
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