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The Port of Barcelona expects 158,000 passengers in 2015 for the...
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Hong Kong cracks down on smoky visitors
Ships sailing in Hong Kong waters have a new incentive to keep their engines and fuel systems in good repair.Any international vessel caught emitting smoke as dark, or darker than,...
Crystal Cruises to offer 32-day Arctic climate cruise
Crystal Cruises has announced plans to become the first luxury cruise line to transport passengers across the Arctic Ocean via the famous Northwest Passage, 500 miles north of the...
Royal Caribbean announces $55 million port expansion
Royal Caribbean Cruises is to expand its Cape Liberty Cruise Port in New Jersey, US, adding a new terminal, additional parking and pier improvements at a cost of $55 million.
P&O Cruises announces new Australia itineraries
Australia’s P&O Cruises is to offer more short itineraries from cities around Australia, visits to new regional ports and its first Melbourne Cup trifecta, with three ships cruising...
Port of Barcelona expects 158,000 passengers for Allure of the Seas in 2015
The Port of Barcelona expects 158,000 passengers in 2015 for the world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas, which will sail 25 times from the Spanish city...
Arab Spring continues to affect cruise operators
Costa Crociere has announced cancellations to all its autumn and winter calls in the Egypt and Red Sea region.
Norwegian Cruise Line presses on with Belize master plan
Norwegian Cruise Line has bought up 75 acres of land in Southern Belize as it continues plans to build a cruise destination on two connected islands.
ECA regulation forces changes for Carnival
Carnival Cruise Lines has pulled out of ports at Baltimore, Boston and Norfolk after claiming new rules governing sulphur emission would make fuel costs too expensive.
Cruising down under: on the up
For years, Australia’s cruise sector was served primarily by a domestic brand and older vessels from the likes of Princess Cruises and Holland America, but it is now one of the...