Norwegian Cruise Line Announces Summer 2020 Itineraries. Norwegian Encore to Cruise from New York City

Artist impression of the Norwegian Encore (Courtesy NCL)Norwegian Cruise Line today opened for sale summer 2020 itineraries for 11 of its 17 ships, including upcoming voyages for Norwegian Encore, the company’s highly anticipated ship setting sail in 2019. The cruise line also opened summer 2021 through spring 2022 sailings on its Pride of America ship.




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Ritz-Carlton To Offer ‘Caribbean Shore Collection’

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will open for the 2019 cruise season with the first of three 298-berth yacht cruisersThe Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has announced what it calls the Shore Collection for the Caribbean itineraries on The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, offering a first look at the signature shore excursions in five distinct categories which include Iconic Sights; Stirring the Senses; Cultural Connections; Active Explorations; and Epicurean Experiences. For those guests looking to extend their time in destination, the brand is also introducing a selection of Overland Programs.




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Four-week Expedition Cruise Through Northeast Passage Reveals Magic & Mystery of Russian High Arctic

Akademik Shokalskiy (Photo cruisemapper.com)Few passenger vessels have ever completed a transit of the Northeast Passage between Anadyr and Murmansk in Russia. However, as a result of changes in sea ice conditions, it is now possible to do so for a brief period during the summer on a special 28-day expedition cruise with UK-tour operator, Swoop-Arctic.




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Isle of Man Reports Record Cruise Year

The Isle of Man has reported that it recorded its highest number of cruise visits ever in 2018 with 24 cruise ships carrying 8,391 passengers welcomed to the Island, along with 6,026 crew. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Silversea Announces Groundbreaking New Summer 2020/Winter 2021 Itineraries

Silversea Cruises opens pre-sale bookings to Venetian Society members for 191 stunning new voyages, which will set sail between summer 2020 and winter 2021. With unprecedented variety and incorporating the launch of Silver Moon, the new collection of itineraries will take guests to 572 destinations in 84 countries and promises to unlock an innumerable range of deep travel experiences in all seven continents.




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Anchorage’s final cruise ship of the season leaves town Monday night

It’s as much a sign of the changing seasons as the yellow leaves and bulky jackets: The last cruise ship of the year, in Anchorage, docked Monday morning and will leave about 10 p.m. the same night. The cruise industry as a whole is one of the bright economic spots in what has been a less-than-exciting past few years. (ktuu.com)




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The Seattle Cruise Boom – Other Cruise News: 170 Years Of Fred. Olsen Ships – Celebrity Apex Christening For Southampton

by Kevin Griffin

This year, the Port of Seattle will handle 1,092,345 passengers, compared to 6,615 in 1999, a remarkable turnaround in two decades from no cruise business at all. This week we look at what Seattle does. Elsewhere, Fred. Olsen’s full fleet of four ships assembled in Cadiz last week to celebrate 170 years of passenger service. And it has been announced that the 2,900-berth Celebrity Apex will be christened in April 2020 in her new home port of Southampton.




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Australia Sails into Thrilling Summer Cruise Season

The Seabourn Sojourn at SydneyFrom a few of the world’s largest and newest ships to a flotilla of the most luxurious vessels at sea and a smorgasbord of onboard offerings, Australia is sailing into one of its most exciting summer cruise seasons, according to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia.




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Australian Cruise Association annual conference opens in Broome

The 22nd annual Australian Cruise Association conference and AGM commenced in Broome last night and will run through September 14, 2018. Around 120 delegates are attending the event at the Cable Beach Club Resort, which is themed “Forging Stronger Relationships” recognising the importance of all sectors of the industry working collaboratively for a greater gain. (etbtravelnews.global)




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