Celebrity Eclipse will join Celebrity Solstice in Alaska during 2019, making a pair of Solstice-class ships in the region, along with the freshly updated Celebrity Millennium.

In a survey of its top million-dollar producing Independent Agencies, Avoya Travel Network found 80% expect their 2018 wave season sales to be better than or the same as Avoya’s very strong 2017 wave sales.

Princess Cruises entered into the first full world cruise charter for one of its ships, with Japan's largest travel company, JTB.

Following successful test operations, AIDAperla over the coming weeks will be ramping up to the regular use of liquefied natural gas when docked at Mediterranean ports.

Pullmantur Cruises will debut in the Middle East in 2018/19, offering itineraries on Horizon that will visit Dubai (two days), Abu Dhabi, Khasab, Muscat and Fujairah.

The New South Wales Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, the Central Coast and the Hunter, Scot MacDonald, has unveiled GHDWoodhead’s design for the Newcastle Cruise Terminal.

The Port of Townsville’s meet-and-greet team will be wearing their new uniforms on Wednesday for the arrival of Seabourn Encore which will herald the start of the Far  North Queensland city’s biggest cruise season.

The Port of Halifax welcomed more than 292,000 cruise passengers, a record, during the 2017 season.

CLIA Australasia md Joel Katz has signed a Memoranda of Understanding with the Australian Cruise Association and the New Zealand Cruise Association in line with CLIA’s motto of One Industry, One Voice.

New Zealand Cruise Association ceo Kevin O'Sullivan said Auckland is well positioned to become a major cruise hub for the South Pacific  following Auckland Council's decision to proceed with work to accommodate large cruise ships.

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