How Celebrity Cruises keeps its edge in design is the focus of Seatrade Cruise Review's June issue. The cover story features interviews with key Celebrity Edge designers Kelly Hoppen and Tom Wright, two of the world-class designers selected for the project, as well as insights from Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and ceo of Celebrity Cruises.

Québec City has opened a major new public square, Place Des Canotiers, located between Rue Dalhousie and the St. Lawrence River, in Old Québec.

Princess Cruises announced that Chinese basketball stars Yao Ming and his wife, Ye Li, will serve as inaugural cruise ambassadors for Princess Cruises in China and officially name the new Majestic Princess.

The New York City Economic Development Corp. hired Ports America veteran Michael DeMeo as vp transportation systems, NYCruise.

Adonia is currently sailing her first voyage for P&O Cruises since 2016, after being returned following a spell in the Caribbean under the Fathom brand.

Following its inaugural summer season in Europe, Seabourn Ovation will spend fall 2018 and winter 2019 in Asia before returning to Europe for summer 2019.

Wearing P&O Cruises Australia’s Southern Cross livery, Pacific Explorer arrived in Sydney this morning after her conversion from the 1,998-passenger Dawn Princess at the Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard in Singapore.

Taking advantage of a low tide, staff from Le Havre’s Tourist Office used pebbles from the beach to write out LH 500ANS to mark the city’s 500th anniversary.

Capt. Luigi De Angelis, a 22-year veteran of Carnival Cruise Line, has been appointed to helm the new Carnival Horizon, set to debut in spring 2018.

Modernized to the tune of a whopping $78m, Montréal's cruise terminal at Alexandra Pier is being praised for its flexible design, extra features like a left luggage room and as a gateway to the city and region.

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