It sounds like Virgin Voyages isn't stopping at three ships, and it's possible the fourth could be of a different design.

Corrado Antonini, a champion of European shipbuilding who led Fincantieri during the years when its cruise orderbook ballooned, died this morning in Rome. He was 84.

Josh Hepp, previously national sales manager at Contiki Holidays, was appointed business development manager, Western USA and Western Canada, for Celestyal Cruises.

This opinion piece is an abstract from a longer piece of content written by Luis de Carvalho, ceo Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Europe who is moderating a session 'Making Cruise Welcome' at Seatrade Cruise Med 2018 - bringing figures from the tourism, cruise and the port sectors together to discuss this challenge.

Carnival Corp. & plc donated $10,000 to the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation in support of university scholarships for graduates of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls - South Africa, an independent boarding school founded by Winfrey to provide world-class education to disadvantaged girls in South Africa.

Cindy D’Aoust, president and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association, will be stepping down at the end of the year to focus on family priorities.

Seatrade Cruise Awards 2018 will be presented at Seatrade Cruise Med in Lisbon in September. Principal sponsor for the 12th annual awards is once again Oracle Hospitality.

 

For Wall Street, the scale-back in China was the focal point of today's Norwegian Cruise Line deployment news. But the demand for Norwegian Bliss and Alaska's strength actually drove the changes, according to NCL president and CEO Andy Stuart.

AIDA Cruises and Bild am Sonntag newspaper have joined forces to find a ‘godparent family' for AIDAnova. AIDA Cruises fans, as well as families who have long dreamed of taking a cruise vacation, are encouraged to apply.

St. Kitts received its millionth cruise passenger today, reaching the key number of arrivals that gives the island marquee port status for the first time in its history.

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