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The plan will span the company’s nine global cruise brands. Get the details here.
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Uragashira Cruise Terminal will support the Japanese government’s initiative to develop its ports and encourage tourism in the region. Read more.
It was a tough week for travel advisors and their consortia/host/franchise organizations in dealing with the pull-back of cruises from Cuba, after the U.S. government changed policies for travel to that island nation. Here's the latest.
The programs operated by Cuba Travel Services and sold by Apple Vacations fall under the still-acceptable “Support of the Cuban People” category. See more.
Multiple major cruise lines have announced modified itineraries and refund policies. Here's the latest.
Carnival Corporation pled guilty to six charges of violating a 2016 probation agreement and agreed to pay a $20 million fine at its court appearance on Monday. Get the details here.
Carnival Corporation has apparently reached an agreement with U.S. federal prosecutors as it seeks to avoid revocation of its probation on an environmental case from 2016, according to a source close to the investigation. Here's the latest.
As part of the partnership, JNTO will be hosting shore excursions in Kobe, Kochi, Hiroshima, Matsuyama and Miyazaki. See more below.
Cruise travel is more popular than ever. We spoke with top experts in the industry for insights into what travel advisors can expect.