Norwegian Bliss, the largest cruise ship ever to sail the US West Coast, was named in Seattle by a godfather from the East Coast who pulled in legions of fans—listeners and celebrities—nationwide.

On its journey to summer homeport Seattle, Norwegian Bliss has been breaking records every step of the way as the largest cruise ship to transit the Panama Canal and to visit the US West Coast. Today at Pier 66 Bliss is turning heads, stopping joggers and bikers in their tracks and getting photographed like crazy.

More than 100 professionals and captains from major international cruise lines, pilot agencies from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia, and government officials participated in the first 'Safe Piloting and Techniques Seminar' in Shenzhen, China.

During Ports Australia's 46th biennial conference at the Darwin Convention Centre, August 27-29, a number of topics will be of interest to the cruise ship industry.

For the launch of its Signature Expeditions in Alaska, Windstar Cruises tapped the experts at Expedition Voyage Consultants who assisted in meeting the US Coast Guard's requirements for Zodiac exploration from the ship.

Bremen-based Plantours Kreuzfahrten announced a significant expansion of its river cruise activities for the 2019/20 season. 

Survey work has started on underwater drilling at the site of Liverpool's proposed new Cruise Terminal.

Norwegian Bliss on Friday became the largest cruise ship ever to call at the Port of Los Angeles.

'We are living in a golden age', remarked Airam Diaz Pastor addressing his first MedCruise General Assembly as president of the port association.

Juan Trescastro was promoted from SVP business development to president of Metro Cruise Services.

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