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Carnival Pride to Offer New Sailings to the Caribbean and San Juan From Baltimore   

News By: Newswire

Carnival Pride will operate a series of 10-, 11- and 14-day cruises either round-trip from Baltimore or one-way between Baltimore and San Juan in 2015 and 2016. Here's a full look at the schedule. More>>

CroisiEurope Details Its 2014 Christmas and New Year’s Cruises   

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Ranging from three to six days, these holiday cruises include optional excursions to Europe’s Christmas markets, local Christmas Eve masses and guided city tours. Here's a full breakdown of what's on offer. More>>

Agents Sound Off on Disney's NCF and Commission Changes    

News By: Susan Young

Yesterday, NCF increases of $5 to $10 per person daily went into effect for Disney Cruise Line's voyages of up to 10 days, and Adventures by Disney eliminated agent commission for air and non-Disney property stays. Here's what agents are saying about the changes. More>>

MSC Cruises Offers Grand Voyage and Wine Theme Cruises for Fall 2014   

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MSC Cruises is offering fall cruise departures including a Grand Voyage that explores the capitals of Europe and South America and a series of themed “On The Wine Routes” cruises. Here's a look at what's on offer. More>>

South Carolina Ports Again Seek Cruise Terminal Permit   

Nearly a year after a judge tossed out a permit for a $35 million cruise terminal in Charleston, the South Carolina Ports Authority is once again seeking federal permission for the project. Here's the latest. More>>

Disney Cruise Line Raises NCFs; Adventures by Disney Modifies Commission Policy   

News By: Susan Young

Starting today, August 18, agents will notice higher NCFs (non-commissionable charges) as Disney Cruise Line plans to restructure its NCF approach on a sliding scale based on the length of their cruise. Here's a full breakdown of the new policy. More>>

This Week in Cruise: Cunard's Queen Victoria Schedules January Drudock; Royal Caribbean Invests in Virus Protection Technology   

News By: Elliott Mest

In the top cruise news of the week, Cunard Line's Queen Victoria will enter a scheduled January 2015 drydock at the Blohm & Voss Shipard in Hamburg, Germany for updates; Royal Caribbean extends its contract with ByoPlanet International for a new health and safety initiative; and Quark Expeditions...More>>

Stat: Americans Only Spend an Hour a Day Relaxing   

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In honor of the recent National Relaxation Day, Princess Cruises has released its fifth annual Relaxation Report breaking down the relaxation habits among U.S. travelers. Here's a handy infographic summarizing the report. More>>

Windstar Cruises' Star Pride Asia Sailings: What Agents Can Expect   

News By: Susan Young

Windstar's newly acquired motorized vessel, Star Pride, is set to sail expanded Asian itineraries. Industry experts and travel agents discuss the line and its growth. More>>

Princess Cruises Introduces Destination-Specific Regional Menus   

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The regional cruise ship menus will eventually roll out across the fleet, and will include culinary specialties from vacation destinations including the Mediterranean, Alaska and Hawaii. Here's a full breakdown of what's on offer. More>>