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Star Clippers Newest Brochure Details Unique Sailing Adventures Through November 2024. Guests booking now enjoy a 10% cruise fare discount, pre-paid gratuities, onboard credit and champagne

Star Clippers (Logo)Star Clippers is pleased to announce the launch of their latest tall ship cruise brochure—the first in print since 2019—featuring their full catalogue of sailings through November 2024 including summer 2024 itineraries that have not yet been published. (more…)



Global Ports Holding (GPH) Continues to Grow with 3 Ports in the Canary Islands

Global Ports Holding (GPH) Continues to Grow with 3 Ports in the Canary Islands (Image at LateCruiseNews.com - August 2022)Global Ports Holding is pleased to announce that Global Ports Canary Islands, an 80:20 joint venture between GPH and our local partner Sepcan, has successfully completed the competitive RFP process for certain Canary Island cruise ports having received final acceptance for the concessions for three cruise ports in the Canary Islands: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Arrecife (Lanzarote) and Puerto del Rosario (Fuerteventura). (more…)

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Tauck Expanding U.S. Cruise Offerings in 2023 With New York-to-Quebec Itinerary. Tauck’s 2023 Small Ship Cruising Portfolio to Feature 100+ Departures of 18 Journeys Aboard 16 Ships

Tauck Expanding U.S. Cruise Offerings in 2023 With New York-to-Quebec Itinerary. Tauck’s 2023 Small Ship Cruising Portfolio to Feature 100+ Departures of 18 Journeys Aboard 16 Ships (Image at LateCruiseNews.com - August 2022)Tauck has announced it will offer small ship ocean cruises from New York City to Quebec City aboard the Silversea ship “Silver Shadow” in the fall of 2023, marking the company’s latest expansion into domestic cruising and furthering its partnership with Silversea. (more…)

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Royal Caribbean, very “satisfied” with the Dominican Republic’s boost to cruises

The global director of port operations of Royal Caribbean, Jaime Castillo, expressed his satisfaction with the investments being made in the cruise sector in the Dominican Republic, both in the northern part of the country as well as in the south with the project that will be initiated in Cabo Rojo, Pedernales, to provide a better experience for visitors. (more…)





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