Who will be so bold to make history by charting course for Québec when the snow is knee-deep and the St. Lawrence River is iced in? At least a handful of pioneering adventure cruise operators are giving serious thought to just that.

Princess Cruises' private island on the southern tip of Eleuthera in the outer Bahamas now offers enhanced programming, renovated areas and MedallionNet Wi-Fi, in what the line claims is a first in cruising.

About 50 passengers took the opportunity to change ships in Sydney on Saturday when Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony met in the port during their 2018 world voyages.

Passenger ratings for San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Maarten are consistently higher now than before the hurricanes, a senior Carnival Cruise Line executive said Thursday.

A protected harbor, the potential for active adventures and ecotourism, historical interest and several one-of-a-kind attractions are among the plusses to support the development of South Padre Island, Texas, for cruise calls.

Victory Cruise Lines unveiled a nine-night, all-inclusive cruise between Miami and Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula that features three noted Mayan archaeological sites and other cultural and historical highlights of Quintana Roo, Yucatán and Campeche.

MedCruise announced the appointment of Jordi Caballé Valls as new secretary general.

Norwegian Cruise Line opened sales for cruises to Cuba and beyond aboard Norwegian Sun round-trip from Miami for a limited season this fall.

German operator Plantours has announced it will add the 2004-built rivership Rousse Prestige to its fleet from March 2019.

AIDAcara returned to homeport of Hamburg early Saturday morning after a 116-day round the world voyage – the first in the Germany cruise company’s history – having departed on October 17, 2017 with around 1,100 guests.

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