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9/19/2019  |  by Jessica Montevago

The iconic ships will now carry guests in grand style on new voyages to Iceland, the Baltics, and the North Cape.

9/18/2019  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Accommodating 930 guests, Viking Venus will set sail in Scandinavia and Northern Europe in 2021.

9/17/2019  |  by Denise Caiazzo

All travel advisors can benefit from adding events to their trip-planning services, further expanding their ability to help their clients have unforgettable travel experiences - the kind that they’ll tell their grandkids about some day.

9/16/2019  |  by Cheryl Rosen

Hear what Fain thinks about the economy, the Bahamas, investing in short cruises, and Perfect Days.

9/13/2019  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Harmony of the Seas guests will no longer have a traditional 'Formal Night' onboard their sailings.

9/13/2019  |  by Kelsy Chauvin

The vessel takes inspiration from luxury yachts with adventure capabilities, and is designed to broaden ocean cruising for travelers seeking a six-star trip-of-a-lifetime experience.

9/13/2019  |  by Daniel McCarthy

The cruise line is offering travel agents 20% commission on the Tampa debut sailings.

9/13/2019  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Odyssey of the Seas, which will debut as the line’s 27th ship, will homeport in Fort Lauderdale starting in November 2020. 

9/11/2019  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

As the cruise industry evolves and cruisers redefine luxury, travel agents have more opportunities to sell their clients high-end experiences.

9/11/2019  |  by Daine Taylor

The cruise line’s President and CEO Andy Stuart presented the honor to the Grammy Award-winning artist live on-air during “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”