The Port of Galveston achieved a new milestone in December, embarking 113,488 passengers, surpassing previous volumes and setting a record as the busiest month since the port began its cruise business in September 2000.

Cruise Lines International Association forecasts 27.2m people around the world will take seagoing vacations in 2018. That's a 5.4% increase from the estimated 25.8m in 2017, and up from the 24.7m in 2016.

Counting MSC Seaside, MSC Cruises could be ushering in 'at least' 10 ships through 2026—four at Fincantieri and, counting options, six more at STX France, where Fincantieri holds a controlling stake.

New Brunswick's Port Saint John wrapped a cruise season that included a dozen double-ship days and five triple ship days in September and October.

The Port of Seattle handled a record 1,071,594 revenue passengers through its cruise terminals this year, with an estimated 1,092,345 expected in 2018.

New York City's Brooklyn Cruise Terminal will be expanded and modernized to handle larger, newer ships and improve connectivity.

Larger cruise ships as long as 1,100 feet can now dock at Port Everglades' Cruise Terminal 4 without extending into the Intracoastal Waterway.

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.

Panama broke ground Wednesday for its $166m cruise terminal at Panama City's Amador Causeway, near the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal.

For more than 20 years, destinations have racked up cruise tourism benefits by hosting the annual Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Conference & Trade Show, the largest cruise conference and exhibition in the Caribbean and Latin America.

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