Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings made changes in its Asia Pacific operations that it said will further leverage corporate resources there and strengthen its presence in the China market.

Princess Cruises’ Golden Princess sailed from Adelaide today on a round-trip cruise to New Zealand—the first international round-trip to be made from South Australia.

Home-based travel agencies Cruises Inc., CruiseOne and Dream Vacations are hosting their first LGBT Getaways group cruise, planned to become an annual event.

With 16 new ocean-going ships set to join the global cruise fleet in 2018, investors are focused on the impact of capacity increases.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages is designing a program exclusively for Mexicans, with Magellan to operate a short season of Mexican Riviera sailings in early 2019 under the Cruceros Marítimos Vacacionales banner.

Carnival Corp. & plc is partnering with Univision Communications, the leading Spanish-language network in the US develop a prime-time series that uses travel to reunite families as they overcome hardships created by illness, separation and other challenges.

Cruise Lines International Association forecasts 27.2m people around the world will take seagoing vacations in 2018. That's a 5.4% increase from the estimated 25.8m in 2017, and up from the 24.7m in 2016.

In a lively session on the last day of Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum in Dubai looking at India as a source market and a destination,  Satyajeet Rajan, dg Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and Shri Yashodhan Wanage, deputy chairman, Mumbai Port Trust, both talked about the regulatory reforms and focus on hastle free passenger movements and lower port charges as steps already taken to unlocking India's potential on the world cruising stage.

This year, for the first time, the Dominican Republic stands to crack 1m cruise passengers, spread among several ports—Amber Cove at Puerto Plata, La Romana/Catalina Island, Samaná, Cap Cana and the nation's capital, Santo Domingo.

Cunard's newbuild is going to be a 'phenomenal ship. You'll be astonished when you see it,' Stein Kruse, CEO of Holland America Group and Carnival UK, told Seatrade Cruise News during 'The Greatest Showman' premiere.

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