Cruise Ship Trends
Carnival on track for record year from Port of New Orleans in 2015; expects to embark 3 millionth passenger post-Katrina next year
New Orleans’ number one cruise
London Mayor Boris Johnson gave final approval to build a new cruise terminal on the Thames River at Greenwich.
The terminal, to be located at Enderby Wharf,
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) announced that Marla Phaneuf has joined the organization as Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, North America.
The cruise ship being billed as "the most luxurious ship ever built" will also feature some of the largest cabins and balconies afloat.
The suites on the Seven Seas Explorer,
PONANT Yacht Cruises & Expeditions has appointed GAC UK as its agent for all United Kingdom and Ireland port calls in 2016.
PONANT’s 142m and 132 cabin megayachts
According to local news, a female passenger is currently missing from MSC Cruises‘ MSC Magnifica. The Magnifica was sailing to Izmir, Turkey when the woman disappeared overboard.
Disney Cruise Line is altering its alcohol policy, adding restrictions to what passengers may bring onboard to consume during their voyages.
Starting with cruises that leave Sept.
Yacht charter company The Moorings is preparing to add more than 20 new monohull yachts to its award-winning charter fleet in the British Virgin Islands.
The Queen Mary 2 cruise ship called off the search for a crew member late Saturday after he went overboard off the coast of Newfoundland.
Colleagues on the
The Port of San Diego hosted an employee orientation on August 7, 2015 for 100 prospective employees of the International Longshore Workers Union (ILWU) Local 29,
Cruise contract is port’s largest ever, cruise line homeports at Seattle's Pier 66 for 15 years
The Port of Seattle signed a 15-year lease with Norwegian Cruise
Carnival Corporation names Michael Ungerer to new Chief Operations Officer Role for Asia, also appoints Felix Eichhorn as President of AIDA Cruises
£500k investment in technology set to deliver world class operator training as Peel Ports prepares for mega ships at the Port of Liverpool
In anticipation of
Manufacturer of quality hydraulic steering actuators will join Kobelt to expand marine system offerings.
Kobelt announced today the acquisition of Accu-Steer Inc.
Hamburg Cruise Center (HCC), the marketing initiative for the cruise destination Hamburg, has appointed Matthias Rieger as its new managing director with effect from August 1, 2015.
To tap devout Islamic believers, Turkey will launch its first Muslims-friendly 100 percent halal cruise on the Aegean Sea next month for religiously observant travelers in the country.
AEG Power Solutions, a global provider of power electronic systems and solutions for industrial power supplies and renewable energy applications, informed that Fincantieri S.
Port Canaveral will homeport Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) largest ship and currently the third largest in the world—the Norwegian Epic—starting in November 2016,
Richard Welge (49) is the new Vice President Customer Experience of AIDA Cruises.
He reports directly to Michael Ungerer, President of AIDA Cruises, in this newly created position.
In what is being seen as a landmark decision, Hill Dickinson is the first law firm to have successfully defended a UK class action case involving a Norovirus outbreak onboard a cruise liner.