Naval architecture, design and marine engineering specialist Foreship is transferring a senior member of its management team in Finland to lead its Seattle operation. This move is aimed at expanding West Coast activities and providing a new focus for the company's US cruise ship customer base.

Celebrity Xpedition has emerged from a seven-day makeover in Panama, part of the $500m Celebrity Revolution modernization program.

Marella Cruises is set to say goodbye to Marella Spirit on October 21, during her itinerary sailing around Malaga, Barcelona, Toulon and Valencia.

 

 

More premium staterooms, a new lounge and sophisticated decor characterize the newly introduced Azamara Pursuit.

The $100m OceaniaNEXT initiative is designed to elevate every facet of the guest experience aboard Oceania Cruises' quartet of 684-passenger R-class ships.

Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star were all revitalized as part of Norwegian Cruise Line's 'Norwegian Edge' program.

Silversea Cruises has officially joined the family of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. with RCL's acquisition of a two-thirds stake in the luxury line after receiving regulatory approval.

Carnival Cruise Line will spend nearly $200m to make over its 1999-built Carnival Triumph with the brand's latest food, beverage and entertainment features. The ship will re-emerge as Carnival Sunrise.

For Wall Street, the scale-back in China was the focal point of today's Norwegian Cruise Line deployment news. But the demand for Norwegian Bliss and Alaska's strength actually drove the changes, according to NCL president and CEO Andy Stuart.

Among key changes to 2019 and 2020 itineraries, Norwegian Cruise Line will deploy China ship Norwegian Joy in Alaska next summer, joining sister Norwegian Bliss, and Joy will remain year-round on the US West Coast.

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