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Hugh Riley, secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, says the region is approaching 2019 "with a sense of optimism, excitement and much hope."
Caribbean islands slammed by the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season are back in business, thanks to tireless efforts by island governments, business owners, island tourism officials, charitable organizations and residents. Here are some of the key players in the effort from the cruise industry.
The executive chairman of MSC Cruises, Pierfrancesco Vago, gave the keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the FCCA’s Caribbean cruise conference. Here’s what he had to say.
The department of tourism is appointing cruise industry specialist Joe Boschulte to support the work of the Ports of the Virgin Islands. Check out more.
FCCA's Chairman Adam Goldstein, CLIA's Global Chairman Arnold Donald and FCCA President Michele Paige spoke to journalists on a conference call Thursday to discuss the status of the eastern Caribbean's recovery from Hurricane Irma damage last year. Get a cruise update, plus island-by-island details, here.
Members of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company updated attendees of the Caribbean Travel Marketplace in San Juan on the destination's current post-Hurricane Irma status. Here's an inside look.
This week in the cruise industry we’re tracking three signs of a good year ahead for cruise travel. Take a look.
The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's "Caribbean Is Open" campaign has generated awareness, along with more than five billion impressions. Find out more.
Windstar Cruises President John Delaney will join the cruise line’s first cruise from San Juan since Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. Find out more.
Seabourn, Holland America Line, AIDA Cruises, Princess Cruises, Costa Cruises and P&O Cruises UK have all announced return dates following Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. Find out more.