UK-based stevedore and port terminal management specialist SCH has been awarded the contract for a further three years with Liverpool City Council to handle all cruise ships calling at Liverpool Cruise Terminal (LCT).

 

Continuing its destination immersion focus, Azamara Club Cruises will offer more than 140 overnight stays in ports during its 2021 and winter/spring 2022 itineraries.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ eight-night German Waterways voyage on Balmoral departed Port of Tyne April 21.

P&O Cruises Australia’s former Pacific Eden set sail from Singapore on Tuesday after emerging from drydock as Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Vasco da Gama.

Plans to build two 15 metre by 15 metre concrete mooring structures fixed to the seabed at Queens Wharf in Auckland Harbour have been approved, despite some local opposition.

After a flat year, the French cruise market registered 3.4% growth in 2018, with 520,800 passengers, up from 503,800 in 2017.

Oceania Cruises reported the single best booking day in its 16-year history on April 17 with the opening of sales for the 2020/21 winter season voyages.

Update adds Bruce Nierenberg's views about which lines could be harder hit by the uncertainty of potential changes

President Trump's tightening of restrictions on Cuba—driven by the country's support for the embattled government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro—has sparked concerns about the potential impact on cruises.

A record 28m passenger movements were recorded at MedCruise member ports during 2018.

The US Virgin Islands is determined to position itself as the No. 1 tourism destination in the Caribbean by employing robust public-private partnerships.

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