With the US government shutdown dragging on, long lines at some airports are reported as more security screeners fail to show up for work. But, so far, there's no impact to cruise operations at key seaports contacted by Seatrade Cruise News.
CLIA UK & Ireland expects to confirm more than two million British travellers took a cruise last year for the first time, as positive figures from the key 2018 summer travel season are released, revealing a 2.1% rise on the same period in 2017.
China’s Guangzhou Nansha has completed the construction of a new cruise terminal.
Taking an important step toward becoming a regional player in the mainstream cruise business, Chile has approved cabotage for foreign-flag ships of 400 or more passengers.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. vice chairman Adam Goldstein succeeded Carnival Corp. & plc president and CEO Arnold Donald as chairman of Cruise Lines International Association.
Day visitors to Venice, including cruise passengers, will be charged up to €10 under a new measure aimed at defraying the costs of mass tourism.
This story first appeared in Cruise Europe's December newsletter. It is reproduced here with permission from Cruise Europe. The increase in numbers of cruise passengers and ships visiting Bergen has led to increased criticism of cruise tourism...
No fewer than 43 MedCruise member ports are willing to provide LNG bunkering for cruise and commercial vessels, the association’s Sustainability and Environmental Issues director Valeria Mangiarotti explained to Seatrade Cruise News during a visit...
Sister ships Norwegian Joy and Norwegian Encore will sail from PortMiami in winter 2020/21, when Norwegian Escape debuts at Port Canaveral and Norwegian Epic returns to San Juan.