A new Pearl Seas Cruises voyage combines ports in Maine with destinations in New Brunswick and the Bay of Fundy.

Celebrity Cruises is expanding the inaugural season for Celebrity Edge since the ship will be completed ahead of schedule and enter service earlier than planned.

Princess Cruises’ Golden Princess sailed from Adelaide today on a round-trip cruise to New Zealand—the first international round-trip to be made from South Australia.

Viking Cruises chairman Torstein Hagen unveiled a new multi-channel brand advertising campaign and announced the company's sixth ocean-going ship will be named Viking Jupiter.

Winter storm Grayson has delayed Norwegian Breakaway's return to New York today. As a result, the ship's 14-day cruise scheduled to depart Friday afternoon is delayed until Saturday, with sailing set for 3 p.m.

Tourism partners, suppliers and representatives from local attractions are invited to meet cruise line executives and other key industry players at the Port of Seattle's 2018 Cruise Connections, scheduled for Jan. 19.

Over the last ten years, the UK’s Portland Port has been steadily growing its cruise business from four calls and 2,000 passengers in 2009 to record breaking figures of 32 ships bringing nearly 39,000 passengers expected in 2018.

SPI Cruise Group—a partnership of seasoned cruise port design, maritime operations and marketing professionals—is creating a plan to develop South Padre Island, Texas, into a destination for western Caribbean cruises.

In an attempt to speed up immigration clearance for cruise passengers, the government of India has waived the requirement of capturing biometrics for visiting cruise tourists arriving on an e-visa.

Sea Cloud II became the first cruise ship to visit Dominica following the ravages of Hurricane Maria in September.

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