Reservations for SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2021 Mediterranean season are open and, for the first time, the company will sail to Israel.

Oceania Cruises' 684-passenger Sirena was originally scheduled to sail a winter and spring season of voyages to Cuba. Instead, it will now extend its 2020 European season and spend winter/spring 2020/21 on in-depth explorations of Egypt, Israel, Turkey, the Arabian Peninsula, India and Southeast Asia.

The preview brochure for the new Sea Cloud Spirit, scheduled to enter service in late summer 2020, is available. Travelers can pre-register for cruises from August to December; actual bookings will open later this year.

In cutting its 2019 earnings guidance, Carnival Corp. & plc said its Continental Europe brands have been facing heightened geopolitical and macroeconomic headwinds that are impacting this year's performance.

The American Association of Port Authorities selected Christopher J. Connor, the former global CEO of Wallenius Wilhemsen Logistics, as its next president and CEO.

U River Cruises — formerly U by Uniworld — detailed three new itineraries in 2020 and the return of The B after its 2019 Seine River program was canceled.

New features at this year's Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Conference & Trade Show are aimed at optimizing conference participants’ and exhibitors’ interactions with cruise line representatives, and fresh workshop topics are being considered.

There are six weeks left to submit entries for the Seatrade Cruise Awards 2019. The deadline is July 31.

 

With existing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in place and working toward energy efficiency investments defined in its new Strategic Master Plan, the Port of New Orleans expanded its EV fleet with the help of the Clean Fuel Transition Fund for Public Fleets.

MSC Opera resumed sailing from Venice on Saturday, nearly two weeks after the ship lost control when docking, striking the pier and ramming Uniworld Boutique River Cruises' River Countess.

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