Cruise Broome chairman Shayne Murray expects a A$7m dredging project at Port of Broome in Western Australia to be completed before next year’s annual conference of the Australian Cruise Association.

To grow cruising in the Mediterranean requires patience by the ports and destinations currently off the map due to geopolitical issues, Carnival Corp. & plc's Giora Israel told delegates at the 51st MedCruise general assembly, held this week in Toulon.

Peter Collins’ reference group appointed by New South Wales Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey to tackle Sydney’s cruise ship berthing crisis has recommended the Royal Australian Navy share a revamped Garden Island with cruise ship operators.

Work is full tilt at Carnival Corp. & plc's Grand Turk Cruise Center to restore the destination to receive ships in November.

The first cruise ship, Saga Sapphire, has called at Port of Québec's Quai Paquet, a short ferry ride across St. Lawrence River at the Ville de Lévis.

Denmark's Port of Kalundborg is making a significant investment in expanded port infrastructure to attract homeporting for large cruise ships as well as partnering with two experienced service providers to target more business.

Poole Harbour Commissioners received a special parliamentary visit to the Port of Poole South Quay harbour expansion from Robin Walker, Minister for the Department for Exiting the European Union.

Viking Star berthed at Lerwick's newly expanded cruise facility, recently-named Mair’s Pier, today arriving from northern Norway with around 900 passengers onboard.

Kristiansand's new cruise berth officially opened Wednesday with the arrival of Costa Favolosa.

Piraeus Port Authority(PPA) is investing €294m over a five-year period to upgrade its infrastructure and help increase its competitiveness in the East Med cruise sector.

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