Madam Wang Hong, party secretary general of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, Baoshan District was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to the Growth of the Cruise Industry Award at Tuesday night's presentation ceremony for the 31st Seatrade Awards, which took place at London’s Guildhall.
Kusadasi, the gateway to Ephesus, welcomed around 100 members of MedCruise today for the start of the association's 54th General Assembly.
Longtime ship charterer Steve Bloss of Worldwide Cruise Associates is thrilled with The New York Times story 'What Happens When You Put 2,000 Nerds on a Boat?'
A six-day round cruise from Sydney to Hobart and Port Arthur on November 2 aboard Princess Cruises’ Ruby Princess is the venue for CLIA Australasia’s Masters Conference this year.
Hanseatic Nature was christened Saturday night in Hamburg by godmother Isolde Susset, who has been in charge of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' expedition products for more than 15 years.
Québec Minister of Tourism Caroline Proulx was on hand for the arrival of Hurtigruten’s Fram at the Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal on Thursday. The expedition vessel is the first of its kind to call at the port and it launched the earliest cruise season there.
Haugesund in Norway is a prime example of a new to cruise port and destination that has tried from the outset to manage sustainable growth and ensure that both the port and surrounding tourist infrastructure has kept pace with the rising numbers of cruise guests visiting year-on-year.
2019 was a historic year for Seatrade Cruise Global as the leading annual business-to-business event in cruising returned to Miami Beach with record-breaking numbers.
To celebrate the arrival of Royal Princess to the US West Coast, Princess Cruises partnered with Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital to host three deserving employees who received 'The Royal Treatment' aboard the ship as a result of being nominated by their fellow employees for consistently going above and beyond in their work.