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Arctic cruise operators mark World Cleanup Day

World Cleanup Day is Sept. 21. However, the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators said that for its members, every day in the field is a cleanup day. Read More

Bahamas Paradise cancels three revenue sailings

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which has completed two humanitarian missions to Grand Bahama Island, canceled its Sept. 21, 23 and 25 revenue sailings. Read More

New Carnival Panorama shows include one with ‘dancing drones’

Inspired by directors and choreographers from Los Angeles, Broadway and the West End, two new Playlist Productions shows will debut aboard Carnival Panorama in December. Read More

Grand Bahama Shipyard, Resolve Marine help restore water to Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama Utility Co. is partnering with Grand Bahama Shipyard, Bahama Rock, Bahama Industrial Technologies (BIT) and other businesses to help accelerate the return of critical fresh-water services to businesses and residents in parts of Grand Bahama Island following Hurricane Dorian. Read More

USCG advises warnings to stem overboard incidents

In a safety alert, the US Coast Guard ‘strongly’ recommended shipowners and operators warn passengers against high-risk behavor that could result in going overboard. Read More

Yangtze cruise ship Century Glory debuts

The newly delivered Century Glory (Shi Ji Rong Yao in Chinese), operated by Chongqing Century Cruises, began operating on the Yangtze River. Read More

Celebrity’s ‘Wonder Awaits’ campaign to debut during Emmys

Evoking wonder and intrigue while breaking category conventions, Celebrity Cruises’ brand campaign from new agency Lucky Generals is called ‘Wonder Awaits.’ Read More

At Miami, expansion for Carnival Excel class, OKs for MSC double-berth facility, Virgin

An expansion and update of Cruise Terminal F for Carnival’s second Excel-class newbuild and MSC Cruises’ new two-berth terminal were both approved today for PortMiami. Read More

Galveston to begin $1.5m annual dredging

Galveston Wharves will soon launch a weeks-long, $1.5m dredging project to maintain depths along its waterfront. The port’s dredging contractor will remove an estimated 135,000 cubic yards of silt, enough to fill 41 Olympic swimming pools. Read More

Riviera Cruises taps sales veteran for Western US/Canada

Riviera River Cruises expanded its North American presence with the addition of a regional sales director to cover the Western United States and Canada. Read More



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