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Star Clippers' Star Flyer and Star Clipper Complete Revitalization   

All bed linens have been replaced, and new bed covers and throw pillows introduce deep tones of gold and navy to the cabins. More>>

Celebrity Cruises Kicks Off Its Professional Appreciation Season   

A 'thank you' video message will be sent directly from the officers and crew onboard a different Celebrity ship every week during the 10-week season, from July 14 through Sept. 15, 2014. More>>

Carnival Cruise Lines Raises Over $5M for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital   

Carnival Cruise Lines is on track to raise $8 million by 2017 through a range of engaging activities, both on board and ashore. More>>

Ecoventura to Launch New Galapagos Islands Vessel   

While construction of the new motor vessel is underway at the shipyard in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Ecoventura is now taking bookings for MV Origin’s inaugural cruise Jan. 3, 2016. When launched she will be the newest 20-passenger yacht operating in Galapagos. More>>

Norwegian Cruise Lines Changes Smoking Policy   

The specific changes prohibit smoking on stateroom balconies and limit smoking in the casino to players. On Norwegian Getaway and Norwegian Breakaway, smoking on The Waterfront will be permitted on the starboard side, except by the outdoor dining areas.More>>

Tauck Offers Voyages to Myanmar and Eastern Arabian Peninsula in 2015   

The two new all-inclusive trips bring the total number of itineraries in Tauck’s Exotics portfolio to 31 for 2015, with land journeys and/or cruises in Africa, the South Pacific, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East.More>>

Norwegian Cruise Line Orders Two More Ships from Meyer Werft   

The ships will be delivered in the second quarter 2018 and the fourth quarter 2019. Each ship will be 164,600 gross tons and include 4,200 passenger berths. The contract price for both ships is approximately $2.16 billion. The Company has export credit financing in place for each ship, arranged and...More>>

Construction Begins in Italy on Regent's New Seven Seas Explorer [VIDEO]    Breaking News

News By: Newswire

Regent Seven Seas Cruises celebrated the "steel cutting" for its newest luxury vessel, the 54,500-ton Seven Seas Explorer, now under construction at Fincantieri's shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The new 750-passenger ship is scheduled for delivery in summer 2016. More>>

This Week in Cruise: Carnival Signs Five-Year Agreement With Port of New Orleans; Royal Caribbean Works With Google Street View   

News By: Elliott Mest

Carnival and the Port of New Orleans signed a new five-year agreement for ship deployment through 2019, Royal Caribbean is working with Google Street View to offer interactive experiences for guests booking voyages aboard the Allure of the Seas and Seabourn assembled a 17-person expedition team for...More>>

Celebrity Silhouette is Slowed by Propulsion Problem    

News By: Susan Young

Celebrity Silhouette has been slowed by propulsion problems, causing the line to reduce speed. While the ship is fully maneuverable and there is no safety issue, the line has been forced to shorten port calls to make up for the time lost sailing between ports as a lesser speed. See what the line...More>>