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'Quite a satisfactory evolution until now' is how Costa France md George Azouze sums up 2014, when the main focuses have been a healthy increase of individual passengers and very…
Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten's Hanseatic claims to be the first non-Russian cruise ship to navigate the Northeast Passage. After covering 6,032 nautical miles, the ship sailed into Bodø, Norway, Wednesday.
Hull commissions feasibility study for a dedicated, city-centre cruise berth
Hull, on England’s east coast, is carrying out a feasibility study for a dedicated, city-centre cruise facility as part of its vision to become a world-class visitor destination.
Holland America Line will field nine ships—one more than last year—on 126 cruises, up from 109, in the Caribbean during the 2014/15 season. Seven of those ships will sail regular…
Port of Seattle Commissioners voted Thursday to formally appoint their selection for the agency's new ceo, Ted J. Fick. Fick's selection was announced in August.
With the arrival of the passenger boarding bridge from FMT in Sweden, San Francisco's new cruise terminal at Pier 27 is close to handling its first ship one week from…
Signature Travel makes ASTA membership a requirement
Recognizing that the entire agency community depends on a strong national trade association, Signature Travel Network told its members on Thursday that they will be required to belong to the…
Oceania Cruises' just-announced 2015/16 winter season features a variety of longer, destination-rich itineraries to destinations in South America, Asia, South Africa, the South Pacific and the Caribbean. Of the 42…
TUI Cruises' Mein Schiff 4 will be named in Kiel on June 5, 2015, before its newly announced maiden voyage to Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki and Stockholm, June 6-14. For…
Hurtigruten’s Northern Lights promise
Hurtigruten is introducing a Northern Lights promise - if the lights are not visible from the ship on a full Norwegian voyage, it will offer passengers a second voyage for…
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