Offering his views on the challenges for Europe’s cruise industry, CLIA Europe chair Kerry Anastassiadis shared observations with Cruise Europe delegates on a range of subjects covering environmental stewardship, safety and security, a shrinking map and the arrival of Chinese tourists.

 

MBNA Thames Clippers is adding two new 170 passenger capacity fast ferry passenger boats this summer to its growing river transport network operating across London.

Stockholm is growing in popularity as a cruise destination. This year the region will be visited by 270 cruise ships carrying a record number of 650,000 passengers.

Carnival Corp. & plc's second cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona—a €30m facility due to open in 2018—is designed to handle its next-generation ships powered by clean-burning LNG.

German North Sea port of Bremerhaven welcomed Cruise Europe members, cruise lines and media to the port association’s 2017 annual conference today at the Columbus Cruise Center.

Royal Caribbean International continues to up the ante in Asia-Pacific with plans to deploy the first Quantum Ultra-class ship to the region.

For the first time, cruise industry spending in Atlantic Canada exceeded $100m in a single season. Direct spending totaled $102m in 2016, according to the Atlantic Canada Cruise Association (ACCA).

When Oceania Cruises’ 30,277gt Sirena sailed from the Bay of Islands on Tuesday, it marked the end of another bumper wave season for New Zealand.

Active Latvian ferry port, Ventspils is gearing up to welcome its first cruise ship when Saga Sapphire arrives on July 24, 2017.

Piraeus Port Authority's new management headed by ceo cpt. Fu Chengqiu, together with Kyriakos Anastassiadis, the ceo of Celestyal Cruises, welcomed the first group of 250 Chinese tourists to embark on Celestyal Olympia for a cruise from Piraeus to the Greek islands.

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