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Newfoundland and Labrador Sees More Expedition Calls



Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) is expecting 12 expedition ships making 67 port calls around the Province in 2019, up from seven expedition ships making 46 calls last year and seven ships making 28 calls in 2017, according to the 2019 “Expedition Market Report by Cruise Industry News”.

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CLIA Launches 2018 Asia Cruise Industry Ocean Source Market Report



Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, has released the 2018 Asia Cruise Industry Ocean Source Market Report. The report offers an in-depth look at the growth, demographics and trends of the top source markets in Asia.

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Cruise Ship Orderbook at Cybercruises.com Updated



The Orderbook page at Cybercruises.com has been updated: a) With the announcement that Coral Expeditions is building a sister ship to the recently launched Coral Adventurer. The new vessel, the Coral Geographer, is under construction at VARD in Vietnam b) Viking announced an expansion of its Egypt program for the 2020 season, which will include the launch of a new ship, the Viking Osiris c) Oceanwide Expeditions will build a second new ship for a October 2021 delivery, the Janssonius.

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Lonely Planet’s ultimate “Cruise Handbook” guide




If you have think cruises attract only one type of person and you’re not it, then Lonely Planet’s “The Cruise Handbook” (Lonely Planet, $18) is your next must-read. The new paperback takes an eye-opening deep-dive into this polarizing travel category, doling out essential advice for when, where and how to cruise to a new generation of wayfarers. (mercurynews.com)

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Is Expedition Cruising the Next Big Travel Trend?

Seabourn Quest (Photo Robin West, Seabourn's manager of expedition operations)A new survey of travel advisors shows that expedition cruising may be the next big trend in travel. Travel Market Report’s “2019 Outlook on Expedition Cruising,” released today (May 17), shows that the number of advisors who plan to start selling expedition cruises this year or next will double, in time for a wave of new ships and new itineraries from cruise lines across the board. (travelmarketreport.com)

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Australian Micro-Cruising revolutionizes the small ship industry with the launch of their online booking tool




Micro-Cruising is excited to announce the launch of their new online booking tool for agents (micro-cruising.com.au) to be able to click-to-book small ship cruising products. The worldwide product will be loaded in a staged approach with their most popular destination being Croatia launched initially.

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One Ocean Expeditions Announces Podcast Series featuring Leading Adventurers and Explorers




One Ocean Expeditions - OOE (Logo)Entering the world of podcasting, One Ocean Expeditions (OOE) is pleased to announce the launch of ‘Polar Tales’ a podcast providing anecdotes from the field, including interviews with experts, adventurers and explorers who have travelled to the frozen landscapes of the polar regions from the Canadian High Arctic and Spitsbergen to Antarctica and South Georgia.

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Cruising season 2019-2020 13 million passengers at Italian ports in 2020




Cruise activity in Italy 2000 - 2020 (Source: Sergio Senesi - Cemar Agency Network - April 2019)Cruises in Italy are starting to grow again, finally aligning with the international trend. This is the message of Sergio Senesi, President of Cemar Agency Network in Genoa, who presented – in the context of the current Seatrade Cruise Global at Miami – the 2019 and 2020 forecasts for the cruise sector at Italian ports yesterday afternoon, April 7th, 2019.

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