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A new data-driven report by InsureMyTrip, the largest travel insurance comparison site, and Cruise Critic, the largest cruise community, reveals that more travelers prefer to book a cruise during late January than any other time during the year.
Australia and New Zealand’s three leading cruise organisations – Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), Australian Cruise Association (ACA) and New Zealand Cruise Association (NZCA) – have released the first Cruise Industry Sustainability Guide in this region to showcase the work being done by the industry to preserve the world’s pristine waterways.
Celebrity Edge, Viking Orion and U by Uniworld’s The A took honors as the best new cruise ships of 2018 in Cruise Critic’s 11th annual Editors’ Picks Awards. The awards — divided by ocean, luxury and river cruising — are selected by Cruise Critic’s team of international editors for a variety of categories, including best dining, best cabins and best for families. River cruises and luxury cruises are judged separately.
For the first time, the cruise line AIDA Cruises has presented the “Tour Operator Service Award”. As part of a large-scale survey, AIDA Cruises asked its guests what their favorite shore excursions had been in the 2018 summer season.
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Princess Cruises Wins SHAPE Magazine Healthy Travel Award and its “Fantastic Journey” Production Show Honored with Prestigious Thea Award
The Florida-Caribbean Association (FCCA), the trade group representing the mutual interests of the cruise industry and destinations and stakeholders in the Caribbean and Latin America, is proud to announce that the 2017-2018 cruise year brought record economic contributions to the region, despite the historic hurricane season.
The Marine Hotel Association (MHA) and Cruise Industry News (CIN) today announced a new partnership, making CIN the official media partner of the MHA. MHA is a not-for-profit international association representing the cruise industry and its supporting supplier community, and dedicated to enhancing the overall quality of the guest experience.
The Orderbook page at Cybercruises.com has been updated: a) With the announcement that CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping Limited has signed a contract for two new cruise ships that will be built in China and serve the Chinese cruise market. b) Virgin Voyages has confirmed a fourth order for a 2,750-berth “Lady” class ship. c) Hurtigruten has signed for a third of its 530-berth “Amundsen” class ships d) The Heritage River Journeys is building two new river cruise boats.