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Port of Halifax appoints successor to CEO Karen Oldfield

Capt. Allan Gray, currently harbour master and general manager – operations of Fremantle Ports in Perth, Australia, will join the Halifax Port Authority in Nova Scotia as president and CEO in late November. Read More

Celebrity Apex adds some longer Mediterranean sailings in debut season

Celebrity Cruises introduced four longer Mediterranean itineraries for the new Celebrity Apex in 2020. Read More

Star Clippers and Brodosplit in dispute over Flying Clipper delivery

Star Clippers’ long-awaited five-masted sailing ship Flying Clipper is now completed and ready for handing over, according to Croatian shipbuilder Brodosplit. Read More

Caribbean Princess continues summer Caribbean service in 2021

Caribbean Princess will continue weekly Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades in summer 2021. Read More

Caribbean and Sky Princess return to Canada/New England in 2021

Sky Princess and Caribbean Princess are set for a second consecutive seasonal pairing in Canada/New England in 2021, again with one sailing that visits Greenland. Read More

Fred. Olsen trials produce from three local Suffolk suppliers

Stokes Sauces, based in Rendlesham, is the latest Suffolk company to join the onboard menu. The luxury condiment maker joins St. Peter’s Brewery, based near Bungay, and a selection of products from Southwold-based Adnams’ in recent months. Read More

Alaska, more Turkey, exotics in Oceania’s 2021 Europe, N. America

Oceania Cruises opened sales for its new 2021 Europe and North America voyages, with more overnights in port and 15 new destinations. Read More

Quark hires luxury cruise veteran to manage fleet hotel operations

Quark Expeditions appointed Mario Pires to the newly created position of senior manager of fleet hotel operations. He'll be responsible for standardizing the quality and service levels of the various hotel providers across all vessels operated by Quark. Read More

San Juan-based Freedom of the Seas to get $116m amp-up

Racer waterslides, a redesigned poolscape, new dining and transformed youth areas are in store for the 2006-built Freedom of the Seas. The San Juan-based ship will be getting a $116m amplification next spring. Read More

MSC Cruises doubles up in South Africa; new Durban terminal to open in 2021

MSC Cruises is positioning two ships in South Africa for 2020/21 season with Lirica class MSC Opera and Musica class MSC Musica headed to Cape Town and Durban, respectively. Read More

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