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Buenos Aires Port is seeking national and international bids for its continued modernization, with a US$760m investment required in the first 10 years, along with operations for a 50-year term.
Hamburg Cruise Net (HCN), an association of more than 100 public institutions and private companies involved in cruise tourism, is getting a new managing director with the appointment of Christine…
A lavish morning tea was served on board Carnival Spirit at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney on Monday to celebrate Carnival Cruise Line Australia hitting the one million milestone…
MSC Cruises is extending MSC Bellissima’s winter Gulf season with new two-week itineraries, embarking in the port of Doha, Qatar, for the first time – first departure November 28. This…
Mercy Ships has provided its 100,000th free, life-transforming surgery.
Located in the heart of Norway's Nordfjord, the Port of Nordfjordeid today handled the first cruise ship, AIDAperla, alongside at its new SeaWalk floating pier.
Genting Cruise Lines held hosted the 'Greater Bay, Greater China, Greater Opportunities' event in Hong Kong Friday on board World Dream at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Part of Genting Cruise…
Carnival Corp. reached a deal with US federal prosecutors that allows the cruise giant to avoid the revocation of its probation stemming from a 2016 criminal pollution case.
Hurtigruten signed a multi-year deal with Norway-based Biokraft, which will supply climate-neutral liquified biogas (LBG) to power ships with fuel made from dead fish and other organic waste.
Facing another year of double digit growth in calls and passengers it was not surprising to find representatives from 27 Cruise Norway ports, destinations and attractions in good spirits during…
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