Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering savings of up to $1,500 per suite and a shipboard credit of up to $500 for booking select 2019 Alaska sailings.

Cruise industry trends, regional affairs and networking are on the agenda for the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's annual cruise summit for its Platinum Members.

Disney Cruise Line shore excursions veteran Arnaldo Zanonato has joined Silversea in a newly created position: director, regional experiences development.

Dream Cruises rolled out new benefits and services to enhance the experience in its exclusive, all-suite enclave The Palace in a bid to align the brand as the Asian equivalent of international, all-inclusive, high-end cruise lines.

Edie Rodriguez, Americas brand chairman of Ponant, is scheduled to host a gastronomy and wine cruise in partnership with Ducasse Conseil and Château Latour.

World's first LNG-propelled cruise ship AIDAnova made its maiden call at the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Cruise Terminal in the Canary Islands, marking the start of Carnival Corp. & plc's operation of the facility.

Through a partnership with Accessible Travel Solutions, a company devoted to expanding opportunities for disabled and senior travelers, Silversea Cruises is now offering accessible shore excursions.

MSC Cruises is now carrying US citizens to Cuba for the first time as MSC Armonia embarked passengers at PortMiami on Monday. The seven-night sailings visit Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel before arriving in Havana on Saturday for an overnight stay.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises introduced new 'Go Local' tours that visit homes, studios, markets and farms, and 'Regent Choice' small group tours.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has partnered with Alaska Native-owned Huna Totem Corp. to develop a second cruise pier in Icy Strait Point at Hoonah. Last month NCLH president and CEO Frank Del Rio said the company was looking to make strategic investments in Alaska to ensure preferential berthing rights for its growing deployment there.

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