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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal handled its first simultaneous berthing—of Sapphire Princess and Voyager of the Seas—on Monday as Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrations swelled.
Azamara Club Cruises appointed former Silversea Cruises president Ellen Bettridge as vp sales and marketing, the Americas. Bettridge has more than 24 years of experience in sales and marketing in…
The Port of Galveston—which a recent study ranked as the fourth busiest US cruise port based on 2013's 605,000 embarkations—looks to increase its share in 2015.
Royal Caribbean's Fain leads search for new UM president
With University of Miami president Donna Shalala planning to step down in summer 2015, a presidential search committee has been appointed that is chaired by Richard Fain, chairman and ceo…
Mexican makeover for Carnival Spirit
Carnival Spirit is set to add a Mexican cantina and Caribbean rum bar among new features to the Australian-based ship during a $44m dollar makeover.
Australians booking with Cunard in 2015 up over 40%
A record number of Australians are heading to sea with Cunard, with the cruise line revealing that Australian passenger bookings for 2015 have surged by more than 40% due to…
As part of a major overhaul of dining at sea, P&O Cruises Australia has revealed that both Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden will feature its largest ever array of restaurant…
CMV says goodbye to Discovery, hello to Funchal and Azores
Discovery sailed from Bristol Cruise Terminal on Saturday for the final time under Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ livery.
P&O Cruises has put the finishing touches to the brand new livery on Britannia, the largest ship built for Britain, at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone yard.
Carnival UK's David Dingle told how his new chairman's role allows him to give more time to key areas from government to newbuilds, urged port groups and cruise associations to…
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