The Port of Seattle's 2022 cruise season wrapped over the weekend having chalked up 640,000 individuals, or 1.28m revenue passengers, a new record and 6% more than in 2019.
Global Ports Holding signed a memorandum of understanding with St Lucia for a 30-year concession to manage the destination's cruise operations, with a potential 10-year extension option.
Barbados is expecting 700,000 cruise passengers between now and March, with more than 25 cruise lines scheduled to arrive at the island.
The arrival of the first cruise ship in Bahia Solano since the start of the pandemic, Hurtigruten’s Fram, marks a full return to operations in Colombia and initiates the start of the 2022/23 cruise season in the Colombian Pacific.
Scenic has an array of wave season savings for the US market on river and ocean cruises with its 'Discover the Wonder Beyond' campaign.
Royal Caribbean Group's new Galveston terminal, set to open Nov. 9, will be the first cruise terminal to generate 100% of its needed energy through on-site solar panels.
Port of Galveston expects 362 cruise calls carrying more than 1m passengers in 2023, both figures new records.
SeaDream Yacht Club's SeaDream II will sail from St. Maarten for the winter 2023/24 Caribbean season.
The Alaska Native village corporation Huna Totem Corp. broke ground Monday on an $80m project that will bring a second cruise facility to Whittier, Alaska.