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.
The biggest European shipbuilders formed Code Kilo, a new cooperative initiative to develop and demonstrate a connected vessel platform.
A federal judge has warned Carnival Corp. she may temporarily block its ships from calling at US ports over alleged probation violation related to the company's $40m pollution settlement.
Following a string of very good years, the cruise industry remains buoyant with no downturn in sight, top leaders said Tuesday in Miami.
Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, was inducted into Cruise Lines International Association's 2019 Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement. Avoya Travel joins as travel agency innovator and Lucinda Beldon, Dream Vacations, Stingray Travel, as elite cruise counselor.
Eight people suffered injuries—none seen as life-threatening—in a crane collapse at Grand Bahama Shipyard during work on Oasis of the Seas in Drydock No. 2.
Updated with information on services.
Helen Panagos, who held key roles in areas like passenger services and land programs at Crystal, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Cunard/Seabourn and Celebrity Cruises—and whose personality was as sunny as her Greek heritage—died Thursday night after a long illness. She was 55.
The Panama Maritime Authority issued a tender for the operation and maintenance of the new Panama Cruise Terminal.