Windstar Cruises has released a collection of 2020 South Pacific itineraries operated by Wind Spirit that include ports in far north Australia.

For the first time in Southeast Asia, two Princess Cruises’ ships—Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess—have docked in several ports in Southeast Asia on the same day. The sister ships are sailing in the region for the Singapore homeporting season.

Silversea Expeditions' Silver Cloud journeyed to the 66th parallel south on Jan. 13, crossing into the Antarctic Circle. It was the first time the ship has ventured so far south.

Prince Edward Island's Port Charlottetown projects 146,000 passengers and 63,000 crew to arrive for the 2019 cruise season, set to kick off May 1. That tops 2018's record of nearly 98,000 passengers and 44,000 crew.

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.

The Port of Galveston finalized a new agreement with Disney Cruise Line extending preferential berthing agreement rights for an additional 10 years with an option to renew for two additional five year periods, effective Nov. 1, 2018.

In developing its Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, MSC Cruises is going for a more relaxed, nature-oriented experience than some of the other action-intensive cruise line private islands in the Bahamas. This will not be a 'theme park' but rather a 'paradise in the Caribbean,' as Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises, put it.

British Columbia's Port of Nanaimo named Ian Marr to the permanent post of CEO, and Mike Davidson as COO. Marr had shared the co-CEO title with Davidson for the past several months.

With the US government shutdown dragging on, long lines at some airports are reported as more security screeners fail to show up for work. But, so far, there's no impact to cruise operations at key seaports contacted by Seatrade Cruise News.

Polar specialist Quark Expeditions opened bookings for its expanded 2020 Arctic season.

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