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On November 7, 2020, Coral Expeditions’ new flagship, Coral Adventurer, will sail from Darwin on a 60-day round-trip circumnavigation of Australia to chalk up the company’s 35th anniversary.
The Port of Seattle Commission's 2019-2023 capital investment plan includes $100m for a new cruise berth. That amount assumes 50% tenant cost share.
2018 has been another record cruise season for the Port of Halifax. Some 316,869 passengers arrrived on 198 vessel calls. This is 8% more passengers and 14% more calls than…
Carnival UK promoted Simon Palethorpe and Paul Ludlow to the presidency of Cunard and P&O Cruises, respectively.
Matthias Lutter, currently with Neptun Werft, will be joining A-ROSA Flussschiff in the newly created role of head of newbuildings. Lutter, head of construction at Neptun Werft, will join A-ROSA…
Germany's Port of Kiel heralded the start of construction for its second cruise terminal at Ostseekai with festivities today. The €9m facility is due to become operational in the coming…
Holland America Line announced dates for its 2019 'Food & Beverage Aficionado Cruises' that showcase the talents of its Culinary Council, master mixologist Dale DeGroff and the line’s Chateau Ste.…
Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic's new 'Epic Antarctica' journeys to the Antarctic Peninsula, rarely visited West Antarctica, the Ross Sea ice shelf, Macquarie and the sub-Antarctic islands of Australia and New Zealand.
Seabourn's 'Signature Savings Event' provides savings and value-added amenities on select 2019-2020 voyages across the five-ship fleet, including Seabourn Ovation, which entered service last spring.
Carnival Corp. & plc plans to appeal Monday's Marseille court ruling that fined a P&O Cruises captain for burning fuel with sulfur content above the 1.5% EU limit.
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