Following a $200m renovation in Cadiz, Spain, the former Carnival Triumph made its debut Monday as Carnival Sunrise at Norfolk’s Decker Half Moone Cruise Center.

Built two years ago for the Chinese market, the 'Westernized' Norwegian Joy has just debuted at Port of Vancouver after more than a $50m transformation for North American service.

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises appointed Dag Dvergastein, with 35 years of cruise ship experience, as the new captain of its five-star-plus flagship, Europa.

Oceania Cruises reported the single best booking day in its 16-year history on April 17 with the opening of sales for the 2020/21 winter season voyages.

Aurora has returned to service following a multi-million-pound refurbishment as P&O Cruises newest adult-only ship.

AIDAluna resumed service today with new shopping and dining options and a technical upgrade following an overhaul at Blohm+Voss Shipyard in Hamburg that began April 3.

Windstar Cruises detailed its $250m Star Plus Initiative at Seatrade Cruise Global, with company President John Delaney calling it “the most complex refit ever attempted.”

The rise of women in nontraditional shipboard roles—deck and technical—features as the cover story in Seatrade Cruise Review's latest edition, hot off the press for Seatrade Cruise Global this week in Miami Beach.

As a part of a multimillion-dollar investment, Survitec restructured its cruise business to provide a centralised, dedicated customer service, procurement, training and support hub.

Steel being used to produce the first of three new ship sections as part of Windstar’s $250m Star Plus Initiative received the first cut Tuesday, at Fincantieri’s Arsenale Triestino San Marco shipyard in Trieste.

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