GoBe.com, the online booking service for travel services and excursions, will close operations as of May 18, and is no longer accepting new bookings, a Royal Caribbean spokesman said in a statement to Seatrade Cruise News.

Carnival Cruise Line's new 35,000-square-foot Fleet Operations Center in Miami is custom-designed for hands-on, around-the-clock monitoring and support of the line’s 26 ships.

Meyer Turku's €32.2m net profit in 2017 marks the third profitable year in a row for the Finnish shipyard, which is plowing its earnings back into a €200m investment program.

Norwegian Cruise Line disclosed it's working with DeCurtis Corp. to develop 'Cruise Freedom,' a new technology platform that 'meaningfully enhances the guest experience from the moment of booking throughout their Norwegian cruise.'

Carnival Horizon packs all the punches that live up to Carnival Cruise Line's 'Choose Fun' motto, while introducing some new tricks.

President and CEO Royal Caribbean International Michael Bayley shook his head when asked if he is worried about overcapacity in China.

MSC Cruises will introduce a voice-activated digital personal assistant as a new feature of MSC for Me, to debut on 2019's MSC Bellissima, which—just announced—will be named at Southampton on March 2 next year.

Finnish companies Aker Arctic Technology, the world leader in ice-going vessel design and engineering, and ICEYE, the leader in synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) technology for microsatellites, joined forces to develop and provide satellite ice information and related services for customers operating in icy conditions.

UK-based Traveltek Group appointed cruise industry veteran Francis Riley to lead its ambitious expansion strategy in the Americas.

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