Disney Magic is sailing from PortMiami with a new 'Tangled'-themed family restaurant, a fresh space for teens and a redesigned café for adults.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ 880-guest Boudicca is undergoing an extensive refit at the Blohm+Voss shipyard in Hamburg. The work started on March 17 and the ship is set to return to the UK for a five-night Mystery Cruise, departing from Dover on March 29, 2018.

The most extensive redesign in the 2003-built Crystal Serenity’s history will add 36 Penthouses and two Penthouse Suites in place of verandah staterooms on Penthouse Deck 10, plus new dining options, technology advances and transformed public spaces.

Royal Caribbean International is going far beyond the $90m 'amp up' of Mariner of the Seas to add innovative features and bold experiences to 10 ships in its whopping new $900m 'Royal Amplified' program.

In a great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea Cruises' 2009-built Silver Spirit has been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo to be lengthened. A prebuilt 49-foot segment was inserted, and the ship is now being reconnected.

President of P&O Cruises Australia and Carnival Australia Sture Myrmell announced Pacific Eden will leave P&O Cruises Australia’s fleet next year in preparation for the arrival of the larger 2,600-passenger Golden Princess in 2020.

Coinciding with the start of Seatrade Cruise Global, Fincantieri officials on Monday celebrated the opening of the company's new Miami office, whose focus is cruise ship repairs, refitting, marine services and guarantee works.

Grand Bahama Shipyard's board approved the appointment of 40-year marine industry veteran David Skentelbery as CEO.

Carnival Paradise is undergoing an extensive, multimillion-dollar refurbishment that will add a wide variety of venues and innovations, including a water park, 38 new cabins, 98 balconies to existing staterooms, and a host of food and beverage concepts.

Passenger ratings for San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Maarten are consistently higher now than before the hurricanes, a senior Carnival Cruise Line executive said Thursday.

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