The ocean morphs into champagne bubbles in the opening scene of Cunard's new brand film that takes viewers on a sensorial tour of Queen Mary 2.

Higher ticket prices on close-in bookings, particularly for Caribbean cruises, and on-board spending pushed Carnival Corp. & plc's fourth quarter above expectations. While 2017 bookings and pricing are well ahead, fuel costs and currency put the company's guidance below Wall Street's forecast.

Princess Cruises expanded its parnership with Discovery Communications to create reimagined youth centers with new themes, experiences and designs.

Architect Njål Eide, who brought soaring atria, sensational curves and dramatic dining rooms to cruise ships, died Dec. 3 in Lysaker, Norway. He was 85.

Writer and former cruise line public relations professional Ernest ('Ernie') Beyl has published his second book about San Francisco.

Stockholm's 2016 season drew to a close last month. In total,  230 cruise ships carrying 490,000 passengers called at Ports of Stockholm between April and October. The number of turnarounds reached a record high with 57 vessels beginning and/or ending their cruises in Stockholm.


Experts in marine ecosystems, conservation and biodiversity are scheduled to speak aboard Paul Gauguin Cruises sailings in 2017 as part of the line's partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).

2016 has been rife with reports about soft sales in the European river cruise sector but AmaWaterways just chalked up its strongest month ever for cruise bookings.

Ponant's Le Boréal made a grand entrance to New York Harbor Thursday morning, its maiden call accompanied by a fireboat spraying plumes of water.

A melting pot of cultures, music ranging from steel pan and calypso to parang, culinary richness, biodiversity and festivals including the Caribbean's biggest and best known Carnival.

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