German North Sea port of Bremerhaven welcomed Cruise Europe members, cruise lines and media to the port association’s 2017 annual conference today at the Columbus Cruise Center.

For the first time, cruise industry spending in Atlantic Canada exceeded $100m in a single season. Direct spending totaled $102m in 2016, according to the Atlantic Canada Cruise Association (ACCA).

When Oceania Cruises’ 30,277gt Sirena sailed from the Bay of Islands on Tuesday, it marked the end of another bumper wave season for New Zealand.

Cruise Lines International Association and the Marine Hotel Association signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a collaboration.

TUI Cruises, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours and Emerald Waterways joined Cruise Lines International Association as global members.

The American Association of Port Authorities elected Steven Cernak, chief executive and port director for Port Everglades, to serve as the association’s chairman for the 2017-18 activity year that begins in October.

Since January, Cruise Scotland has added four full members – Fort William, Port Ellen, Northern Lighthouse Board (Oban), and Scalloway/Shetland Islands Council – bringing its ports around Scotland to 20.

Vicki Freed, svp sales, trade support and service for Royal Caribbean International, has been named to chair the Trade Relations Committee of Cruise Lines International Association.

The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's 23rd annual Gala drew 400 attendees and more than 50 cruise line executives, including presidents and chief executives, for networking and to benefit the FCCA Foundation.

Seatrade Cruise Global, the world's largest cruise industry gathering, kicks off Monday in Fort Lauderdale.

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