Luxury travel network Virtuoso reported increased winter Caribbean bookings one year after the destructive hurricanes Irma and Maria.

The Holland America Line Academy training program for travel agents reached a milestone when the 20,000th professional graduated.

Small-ship cruise line Voyages to Antiquity joined the American Society of Travel Advisors and will take part in an ASTA event in Dallas next week.

Throughout October, Cruise Lines International Association, its member cruise lines and travel agents are highlighting why travelers should #ChooseCruise.

Following a restructuring that made Costa Cruises' national sales and marketing group in Germany independent from AIDA Cruises, a road show is planned through 10 cities.

Oceania Cruises unveiled guest service enhancements as part of the line’s OceaniaNEXT initiative, including the ability to apply shipboard credit prior to sailing and the novel extension of on-board booking benefits.

Carnival Cruise Line signed a preferred supplier agreement with the Western Association of Travel Agents consortium (WESTA).

Frank Coles, a seasoned maritime professional with a background in law, shipping services and maritime communications, was appointed CEO of the Wallem Group.

To support travel agents in Asia, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is organising a cruise seminar at ITB Asia 2018 in Singapore and presenting a full day travel agent training workshop during Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific in Baoshan, China. Both events take place in October.

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