Spending on luxury cruises ballooned 14% in 2017, the highest increase among eight categories of luxury goods, including cars, fine wines and spirits, fine food, personal goods, hospitality, designer furniture and fine art.

CLIA UK & Ireland reports another year of record growth in 2017 for the river cruise sector; passenger numbers rose by 21%, and total bed nights were up by 24%, compared to 2016.

Jason Triebel has been appointed director of sales Australia and New Zealand for RCL Cruises, effective September 10.

India Cruise Lines Association (INCLA) presented a White Paper on Recommendations for Indian Cruise Tourism to India’s Shipping and Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari at its first Global Cruise Conclave in Mumbai Thursday night.

Experts say India has the potential to develop a thriving domestic cruise business—if only the costs didn't stand in the way.

At a lunch in the Poolside Cafe on the fringe of Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden overlooking the Royal Australian Navy base at Woolloomooloo, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ svp and md Asia Pacific, Steve Odell, told media how he hired Andy Stuart.

With over 4m Asians taking an ocean cruise last year, including 2.4m from mainland China, the development of source markets throughout Asia Pacific will be a topic of discussion at  the Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific 2018 event taking place from October 23-25 in China.

Blue World Voyages, the start-up cruise line dedicated to active, healthy lifestyles, added more muscle to its fitness focus by teaming with Oxygen, the magazine for health-conscious, active women.

The Middle East is seeing a comeback among upscale Americans this fall and holiday season, according to new findings from global luxury travel network Virtuoso.

MSC Cruises’ Paris-based general manager Patrick Pourbaix has been set a challenge: to almost triple passengers to more than half a million a year by 2026 and make it the leader in the French market.

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