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Norwegian Cruise Line's Andy Stuart, evp global sales and passenger services, netted $2.37m from the sale of 70,000 NCLH shares at a weighted average price of $33.93.
Viking Cruises is among four new companies to be approved for membership in the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators during the group's recent annual meeting.
With increasing administrative demands on cruise directors that take time away from their role as the 'face and voice' of the ship, Carnival Cruise Lines has created a new shipboard…
The Caribbean island of Guadeloupe's cruise business continues to thrive, with particular strength in the homeporting/interporting sector. The coming 2014/15 season marks 20 years of homeporting by Costa Cruises. Three…
Performer Kristin Chenoweth, the godmother of Quantum of the Seas, is playing an expanded role as Quantum Experience Adviser for Entertainment and will be helping reveal entertainment options during a…
Many of Cruise Norway’s 41 members may be facing a decline in cruise calls in 2015 but UK cruise line executives found Norwegian port and tourism representatives in optimistic mood…
Princess offers up to 35% savings in 'Dads & Grads Sale'
Timed to occasions from Father's Day to graduations, Princess Cruises' 'Dads & Grads Celebration Sale' offers savings up to 35% per person plus up to $100 in on-board credit. The…
Bob Simpson, vp product operations and small ships for Abercrombie & Kent, was elected to serve on the executive committee of the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators.
Norwegian files to issue shares for employee stock purchase plan
Norwegian Cruise Line is proposing to issue up to 2m ordinary NCLH shares to be offered pursuant to the company's employee stock purchase plan, according to an S-8 registration filed…
Cruise the Saint Lawrence elected Montréal Port Authority's Tony Boemi as president of the executive committee during the association's annual general meeting.
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