Norwegian Cruise Line's first ship built for China sports 20 decks, the first racetrack at sea, a family amusement area with sophisticated virtual reality thrills and real bumper cars, 28 dining options, upscale shopping and four casinos—including one for VIPs and one for VVIPs.

In a cruise industry milestone, Disney Wonder on Saturday became the first passenger vessel to go through the Panama Canal's new locks.

Costa Group and Carnival Asia ceo Michael Thamm's new employment contract sets his 2017 salary at €860,250, up from the €700,000 he received in 2016, and his target bonus at just over €1.1m.

Holland America Line, which is celebrating its 70th year in Alaska, is kicking off Seattle's cruise season with today's Eurodam call, while Norwegian Cruise Line is gearing up for the opening of its expanded Pier 66 terminal.

Royal Caribbean's stock gained more than 6% after first quarter earnings overshot expectations on strong close-in demand for Caribbean cruises and the company raised its full year guidance.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings plans to report its first quarter financial results on May 10.

Cruise ships, passengers and crew contribute significantly to Canada's economy, and spending is growing at a healthy rate across all three major cruise regions: British Columbia, Québec and Atlantic Canada.

Norway has become an all-year-round destination for cruise ships, and ports around the country are expecting a record number of calls for 2017.

 

With the strategic objective of increasing international awareness for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises in the UK marketplace and in particular for Europa 2, the luxury cruise line has announced new details of its marketing campaign ‘Time Out’.

 

With more new ships arriving in the German cruise market this year and next, the nation is set to continue to hold the top European source market spot and second in the world.

 

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