Cruise visitors to Montréal step off their ship from the newly modernized terminal at Alexandra Pier into the city's birthplace. It is one of the world's increasingly few city-center terminals, a place front and center where people can easily stroll—or ride in a horse carriage or a Tesla taxi—through block after block of enticements.
Capital Cruising, which manages several UK cruise terminals, including Dundee, Edinburgh and London Tilbury, welcomed Pacific Princess at the weekend to mark the start of the busiest cruise season on record in Dundee.
Queen Mary 2 returned to Saint-Nazaire for the first time since its 2003 delivery from the French shipyard, excorted by an armada of military ships flying the flags of France, the US, Ireland, Germany and Great Britain. The occasion was watched by thousands of onlookers.
The Ports of Toulon Bay are hosting the 51st MedCruise General Assembly taking place between October 11-14, 2017.
A 35-year concession agreement with Fujairah Port, grants Abu Dhabi Ports exclusive rights to develop port infrastructure and undertake operations for containers, general cargo, ro-ro and cruise ships.
The Trump administration's new Cuba rules may not impact cruise operations but they're 'disruptive' in terms of US-based lines' ability to invest in port infrastructure improvements.
How Celebrity Cruises keeps its edge in design is the focus of Seatrade Cruise Review's June issue. The cover story features interviews with key Celebrity Edge designers Kelly Hoppen and Tom Wright, two of the world-class designers selected for the project, as well as insights from Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and ceo of Celebrity Cruises.