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.
Rainforest Adventures announced a November opening for the St. Maarten Rockland Estate eco-park featuring what's touted as the world's steepest zip line and a chairlift adventure.
Arctic expedition cruising is more popular than ever. New vessels, technology, operators and customers will shape the sector’s development in the years to come. This week, major operators and other stakeholders gather in Oslo to discuss how the industry should manage growth.
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.
SkySea Cruise Line celebrated its 200th voyage with the brand’s inaugural sailing from new seasonal homeport Zhoushan, China, today.
Cruise traffic at Italian ports is expected to return to positive figures in 2018, with 10.8m passengers and around 4,600 ship calls compared to 2017's estimated 10.2m passengers and just over 4,400 calls.
A record number of ships making a record number of visits to ports around Australia has seen the value of the cruise industry surge past A$5bn, CLIA Australasia’s chairman Steve Odell announced at a reception for the creme de la creme of the industry in Sydney on Wednesday night.
The importance of this year's Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Conference & Trade Show rises to an even higher level as the region recovers from hurricanes and earthquakes.
Emerald Waterways held its final christening of 2017, for Emerald Liberté—the third in a trio of new Star Ships to launch this year—on Sunday, in Lyon, France. Australian travel industry veteran and longtime cruise and tour director Maxine Collins served as the godmother.