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AmaWaterways Set for Three-Ship Addition in 2019
AmaWaterways Set for Three-Ship Addition in 2019

New ships and added shore excursions are part of the expansions the river cruise line is planning.

Six Success Tips for Travel Agents from Cruise Line Executives
Six Success Tips for Travel Agents from Cruise Line Executives

Cruise leaders talk about how to help their travel agent partners succeed by taking advantage of cruise industry trends.

Norwegian Cruise Line Moves Final Payment Deadline
Norwegian Cruise Line Moves Final Payment Deadline

The new policy pushes NCL further away from its competitors in the ocean cruise market.

Celebrity Cruises to Debut Galapagos-Specific Ship in 2019
Celebrity Cruises to Debut Galapagos-Specific Ship in 2019

The ship is currently being built for guests to create a strong connection to the Galapagos during their sailings. 

U.S. News & World Report Reveals Top Cruise Line Rankings
U.S. News & World Report Reveals Top Cruise Line Rankings

Magazine evaluated 165 ships from 17 top cruise lines across six categories for the 2018 Best Cruise Lines rankings.

Regent Seven Seas Names Newest Fleet Addition
Regent Seven Seas Names Newest Fleet Addition

The ship, a sister-ship to Seven Seas Explorer, will enter service in early 2020.

American Cruise Lines Reveals Name of New River Ship
American Cruise Lines Reveals Name of New River Ship

The ship is set to debut in fall 2018 on the Mississippi River.

A Tale of Two Cruises
A Tale of Two Cruises

Two travel agents, from two different generations, took two very different European river cruises this October — and shared their experiences here.

Celebrity Cruises Joins Non-Refundable Deposit Trend
Celebrity Cruises Joins Non-Refundable Deposit Trend

Starting later this month, Celebrity will offer bookings with a non-refundable deposit at a reduced rate.

Venice Bans Cruise Ships from City Center
Venice Bans Cruise Ships from City Center

The vote, which was made after years of protests and petitions from locals, bans all ships weighing more than 55,000 tons from the city’s Giudecca Canal.