SeaDream Yacht Club's 2020 Mediterranean season includes the French and Italian rivieras, Greek Isles, Spanish coast and Adriatic Sea. New ports and yachting land adventures as well as more overnight stays in select locations are highlights.

Saga has announced the official naming ceremony of Spirit of Discovery will be held at the Port of Dover on July 5, 2019 – the first ship to be named at Dover following the £250m redevelopment of Dover Western Docks.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, operated by Worldwide Cruise Terminals (WCT), celebrated the arrival of its two millionth cruise ship passenger, Ms Mu from Taiwan, during World Dream’s turnaround call.

Top executives from a cruise line, a cruise port operator and a tourism ministry shared their visions for the cruise industry in 2030 at the closing panel of Seatrade Cruise Med in Lisbon.

Carnival Cruise Line solidified its place as the cruise leader in Texas with Sunday’s arrival of Carnival Vista, the largest ship ever homeported in Galveston.

Citing the success of its first Cruise Month in 2017, Québec City is again hosting a month-long series of special events through Oct. 14. Each fall, Cruise Lines International Assocation promotes Cruise Month events held around the globe.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is now offering four- and six-night Cruise & Stay packages, giving travelers the opportunity to cruise from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island, stay two or four nights at one of their partner resorts and then sail back.

Holland America Line will deploy five ships on 30 cruises to the Panama Canal next year. In addition to the full transits, 'Panama Canal Sunfarer' itineraries combine a partial transit with Southern Caribbean ports.

Carnival Horizon’s arrival at PortMiami, its new year-round home, was marked with a celebration on Thursday highlighted by a basketball-themed event featuring the company’s chief fun officer—NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal—along with Miami Heat legends Alonzo Mourning, Shane Battier and Glen Rice.

Wide ranging discussions at Seatrade Cruise Med, which closed Thursday evening in Lisbon, heard top European executives from Carnival, Costa, MSC, Pullmantur, Royal Caribbean and the MedCruise president speak about why the industry is doing so well and what challenges and opportunities lie ahead.

 

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