Since the new Celebrity Flora began Galápagos service in June, passengers booked on the company's other 100-passenger ship, Celebrity Xpedition, have instead been accommodated on Celebrity Cruises' two smaller vessels.
Peter Anderson, a former US federal prosecutor, joined Carnival Corp. & plc in the newly created position of chief ethics and compliance officer.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is 'not overly concerned' about announced government plans to route cruise ships away from the center of Venice, President and CEO Frank Del Rio said Thursday.
Italy's Minister of Transport Danilo Tonelli is reported to have said that by next year a third of Venice’s cruise calls would be redirected to berths at neighbouring ports on the Italian mainland.
Carnival Corp., the first US-based company sued by Americans whose properties in Cuba were seized after the revolution, has asked a federal court in Miami to dismiss the claim of a man who said he owns Santiago de Cuba cruise facilities.
With no North Atlantic right whales spotted in the shipping lanes over the past month, the additional 10-knot speed cap zones in the Gulf of St. Lawrence instituted earlier this summer have been removed, for now.
From now until Nov. 30, the Panama Canal is restricting ship speeds to 10 knots in designated zones to protect cetaceans during their nearby seasonal migration.
Going beyond the global 0.5% sulfur fuel cap for marine fuels in 2020, French Riviera port Cannes is restricting cruise vessels to 0.1% next year.
Fincantieri took in a record €6.6bn of orders during the first six months of 2019, a period when EBITDA increased 17% to €215m.