Silversea marked 10 years of luxury expedition cruising with a two-day gala voyage between London and Dublin. As part of that, Silver Cloud—the first vessel in the fleet, converted into an ice-class expedition ship in late 2017—crossed paths with the recently lengthened and upgraded Silver Spirit in Greenwich on Sunday.

A new international cruise ship terminal will be operating in Brisbane within two years after Port of Brisbane and Carnival Australia today announced they had reached a commercial agreement.

Perfect Day Island at CocoCay experiences are now available to book for sailings from May 2019 and beyond.

Norwegian Cruise Line has revised its weekly Hawaii itinerary due to 'uncertain conditions resulting from volcanic activity' on the Big Island.

AIDAstella and Panorama II called in Cagliari on Monday. Noble Caledonia-operated Panorama II stayed overnight for a turnaround which saw British passengers disembark replaced by another set which flew from London to Cagliari-Elmas Airport then onto the port to join the ship. Last month 40 passengers did a similar exchange on Panorama II using the airport and port for a turnaround operation.

After a long Indian summer, Sydney was blasted by vigorous southerly winds and torrential rain Friday—the first official day of winter—with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing a severe weather warning for damaging surf and abnormally high seas.

A 'perfect storm of positives' led to Norwegian Bliss being 'booked way beyond any new ship we've ever introduced and at higher pricing,' Norwegian Cruise Line president and CEO Andy Stuart told Seatrade Cruise News.

Princess Cruises will deploy one its newest ships, Royal Princess, on Mexican Riviera cruises in the winter 2019/20 period. This will be the vessel's first full season from the Port of Los Angeles.

Since opening bookings last month for its 2020 world cruise, titled 'Legends of Cruising,' Silversea has seen a marked increase in early bookings when compared to the launch of its world cruises in the last five years.

The Port of Kristiansand is set to become the first Norwegian port to offer cold ironing for cruise ships at berth, according to coo Thomas Grandfeldt jr.

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