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‘My three years in Singapore have passed by too quickly,’ Sean Treacy, md, Asia Pacific told Seatrade Cruise News during a recent interview in The Lion City. 
Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, has been selected to participate in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) hosted by the US secretary of defense.
Celestyal Cruises appointed three new members to its North American team. Maria Moreau is brand marketing and social media executive; Roger Poulard is business development manager, Northeast US and Eastern…
Poseidon Expeditions, specialist in Arctic and Antarctica cruises, is sponsoring a symposium at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, that will address polar issues including climate change.
AmaWaterways' newest vessel, the 156-passenger AmaLea, embarked this week on its inaugural 'Tulip Time' voyage from Amsterdam. Currently sailing the Dutch and Belgian waterways, AmaLea is scheduled to begin Danube…
Fincantieri posted a €53m profit on record high revenues exceeding €5bn in 2017. The profit was up 279% from the €14m in 2016, while revenues climbed to €5.02bn, 13% higher…
Imagine provisioning cruise ships that operate in such far-flung areas as the Northwest Passage, Greenland and Antarctica, while providing an upscale and memorable experience with regional dishes and customizing the…
CLIA Australasia & Asia md Joel Katz said tickets for CLIA LIVE, a two-day presentation by leading local and international cruise line representatives for Cruise Lines International Association-accredited agents, are…
Travel agents are being encouraged to bring interested clients to Viking Cruises’ information sessions around Australia where they will have reserved seating with the agency’s sign.
Cunard's 'Oceans of Discovery' program from November 2019 through April 2020 includes Queen Mary 2's world cruise, a series of grand voyages and 10 maiden calls in Japan, Australia and…
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