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Cunard Line opened sales for the nine new single-occupancy staterooms on board Queen Elizabeth, effective from the Dec. 16 sailing.
Seabourn touts youthful fleet for Europe in 2015
Seabourn is emphasizing the modernity of its three-ship fleet that will operate in Europe next year, following the transfer of the last two of its original vessels to Windstar Cruises.
In response to the growing number of cruise passengers in Europe, the increasing number of ports involved in the cruise business and new challenges ferry ports might be facing, the…
US proposes $2 cruise passenger fee for agriculture inspection
The US Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is proposing fee changes for agricultural quarantine inspection (AQI) at US ports of entry. For passengers on international cruises,…
Norwegian Cruise Line's new web-based travel agent portal has a single sign-on, giving partners easy access to Norwegian’s Marketing Headquarters, NCL University, the line’s new booking engine and more, in…
Tillberg Design of Sweden is celebrating its 50th anniversary as one of cruising's hottest design firms. References include areas aboard MSC Cruises' 'Seaside' prototype at Fincantieri and MSC's pair of…
Mein Schiff 3, recently delivered to TUI Cruises and scheduled to be named in Hamburg on June 12, called at Kiel for the first time on Wednesday as part of…
A new animated video gives Arctic visitors guidelines on safety, the environment, wildlife and courteous interaction with local residents.
Fred. Olsen research shows itinerary and destination more important than price
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines conducted a survey of its guests post-cruise to determine their motivation in booking, and has found that, out of approximately 20,000 responses itinerary and destination are…
Cruise Down Under has a top lineup of speakers for this year’s conference which will be held at Crown Perth September 3-5.
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