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ICS 2019 – The global cruise industry will meet in Madrid to discuss environmental challenges, the sustainability of destinations and its unstoppable growth

ICS 2019 – 27th & 28th November, Madrid

The International Cruise Summit, organized by Cruises News Media Group, will bring together, in its ninth edition, the most prominent international professionals in the cruise industry to discuss this outstanding tourist sector. The prestigious event will take place on November 27 and 28. (more…)

2020 Will Be the Year of Travel Discovery and Exploration According to Cruise Planners

The year 2020 will be a year of new beginnings, renewals, opportunities and a year of travel discovery and exploration. “The constant FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) is very real and afflicts many travelers and aspiring travelers especially with the ‘Insta-effect’ of today’s social media driven generation,” says Michelle Fee, CEO and founder of Cruise Planners, an American Express Travel Representative. (more…)

Exclusive: Marella Cruises Reveals Details on Marella Discovery 2 Refurbishment

The TUI Discovery 2 to became Marella Discovery 2 (Courtesy Thomson Cruises)Marella Cruises’ Marella Discovery 2 is being retrofitted with the line’s Squid & Anchor pub during a dry dock refurbishment that is currently taking place at the Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz, Spain. Marella has exclusively revealed that the 1,830-passenger ship — which debuted in July 2017 — is in dry dock for 22-days, with the Squid & Anchor replacing the cabaret lounge-style Venue on Deck 5. (


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Scenic to Assume Management of Entire River Cruise Fleet in 2020

Space Ship Scenic DiamondScenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has announced that it will take on full management of its entire Europe-based river cruise fleet, comprising the Rhine, Main, Danube, Saône, Rhône, Seine and Douro, in 2020. The company had been managing six of the vessels in the fleet internally since 2017, with G&P Cruise Hotel Management handling a further five. (

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