Longyearbyen, the world’s northernmost town, has issued a set of 11 guidelines for tourists to stay safe and get the best experience of the small Arctic community that numbers 2,100 people.

Most Caribbean destinations were operating immediately after 2017's devastating hurricane season, and the hardest hit area—the Eastern Caribbean—has made impressive strides.

A quote by actor Tom Hiddleston: 'Stay foolish, stay curious, and above all, stay humble,' was the opening remark made by MSC Cruises' executive chairman Pierfransco Vago when asked by Seatrade Cruise News how he was feeling, in an exclusive interview on board MSC Seaview in Genoa.

Real-time tides, currents, water levels and other meterological information at Port Everglades is now live online or by phone thanks to an advanced sensor device developed and installed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

After dropping the ports of Kona and HIlo due to 'uncertain conditions' caused by Kilauea volcano's activity, Norwegian Cruise Line has decided to resume its normal Hawaiian Islands itinerary, starting this weekend.

All 50 ships across the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. fleet will ring in 2019 free of plastic straws. Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, TUI Cruises and Pullmantur Cruceros are eliminating plastic straws en route to comprehensive plastics elimination programs across their brands.

Norwegian Cruise Line has revised its weekly Hawaii itinerary due to 'uncertain conditions resulting from volcanic activity' on the Big Island.

As part of its focus on waste minimisation and recycling across its fleet, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines announced it has introduced a ban on the use of plastic straws on its four ocean ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch.

After a long Indian summer, Sydney was blasted by vigorous southerly winds and torrential rain Friday—the first official day of winter—with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing a severe weather warning for damaging surf and abnormally high seas.

The Port of Kristiansand is set to become the first Norwegian port to offer cold ironing for cruise ships at berth, according to coo Thomas Grandfeldt jr.

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