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Jamaica set to host World FZO AICE Conference 2022

Jamaica set to host World FZO AICE Conference 2022

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett and Director of Tourism, Donovan White, have met with World Free Zones Organization, Chairman, Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, in Dubai ahead of World Free Zones Organization Annual International Conference and Exhibition, which is taking place at Montego Bay Convention Centre, Jamaica 13-17 June 2022.

Cruise tourism market set to grow by $4.24 billion

Cruise tourism market set to grow by $4.24 billion

The cruise tourism market size is expected to grow by $4.24bn from 2021 to 2026, according to a report by Technavio. The strong global economic recovery and increasing high-net worth individuals are driving the rebound, but rising environmental concerns may hinder market growth.

American Cruise Lines opens Columbia and Snake Rivers 2022 season

American Cruise Lines opens Columbia and Snake Rivers 2022 season

American Cruise Lines has announced that the 2022 river cruise season on the Columbia and Snake Rivers has begun. In April, American celebrated the new season with the opening of a new cruise dock in Kalama, which the company built in partnership with the Port of Kalama.

Carnival breaks ground on new cruise port on Grand Bahama

Carnival breaks ground on new cruise port on Grand Bahama

With a strong showing of validation of the cruise industry’s return, Carnival Cruise Line in cooperation with the Grand Bahama Port Authority and the Government of The Bahamas held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new cruise port on Grand Bahama Island.

Coral Expeditions releases Wallis and Futuna itinerary

Coral Expeditions releases Wallis and Futuna itinerary

On 16 December 2022, Coral Adventurer will cast off from Cairns on an epic journey of discovery to the remote islands of Wallis and Futuna, located 2,000 nautical miles into the South Pacific. With no fixed itinerary, the 21-night voyage sailing from Cairns to Auckland is a true blue-water expedition for only the most intrepid of explorers.

Royal Caribbean Group unveils 2021 Seastainability Report

Royal Caribbean Group unveils 2021 Seastainability Report

Royal Caribbean Group released its 14th annual sustainability report, providing a comprehensive update on the company's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework and activities across its three wholly owned brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Silversea Cruises.