Cruise Lines International Association has announced Thomas Boardley will join the organisation on October 1st, as secretary general, CLIA Europe.
Two full-size suite models have provided a first look at the accommodation guests will enjoy when the Seven Seas Splendour debuts in 2020.
Starting today, visitors to Croatia who wish to explore and travel around the coast will be able to request a speedboat directly through the Uber app.
CLIA UK & Ireland has appointed Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice-president UK and Europe, as chair. He succeeds Stuart Leven, vice-president EMEA and managing director of RCL Cruises, who has served as chair for the past 18 months.
Celebrity Cruises has unveiled its first ever brand-designed cruise terminal, Terminal 25, located at Port Everglades in Hollywood, Florida.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has appointed Russell Galbut, an independent director of the board, as chairman of the company. The decision was announced earlier during the annual general meeting of the organisation.
CLIA has strengthened its global communications team with two new appointments.
Taking place from September 11th-16th, the Cannes Yachting Festival is expecting once again to welcome more than 50,000 visitors from across the world to view and trial 600 boats on show.
Azamara Club Cruises’ 690-passenger cruise liner, Azamara Journey, sailed through the Thames Barrier earlier, marking the end of its 102-day World Journey.
MSC Cruises and STX France have signed an order for the construction of a fifth Meraviglia class cruise ship. Due to be delivered in 2023, this vessel will be equipped with a new generation of dual-fuel engines designed to run on liquefied natural gas.
Ferry operator DFDS has announced the appointment of Graham Hopcraft as its new key account manager - south.