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Royal Caribbean Group Shares Comprehensive Update on its Decarbonization Journey

Royal Caribbean Group Shares Comprehensive Update on its Decarbonization Journey

Royal Caribbean Group, released its annual Seastainability Report, outlining milestones the company reached on its mission to deliver the best vacation experiences responsibly. Driven by its SEA the Future initiative, the company has advanced its commitment to sustain the planet, energize communities, and accelerate innovation.

Bert Hernandez Named Brand President of Silversea

Bert Hernandez Named Brand President of Silversea

Royal Caribbean Group have announced that Barbara Muckermann will depart Royal Caribbean Group after 14 years with Silversea to pursue other opportunities, and effective immediately, Bert Hernandez will succeed her as president of Silversea

Tourism Malaysia Strengthens Commitment to the Global Cruising Industry

Tourism Malaysia Strengthens Commitment to the Global Cruising Industry

Malaysia is setting its sights on the cruise tourism industry for the upcoming Visit Malaysia 2026. In 2023, Malaysia witnessed unprecedented cruise arrival figures, with its ports welcoming 1,055 cruise ships carrying 1,520,608 passengers—an 84.78% rise in ship arrivals and a 62.43% increase in passenger numbers compared to 2019 pre-pandemic rates.

Windstar Cruises Welcomes Two New Ships to Fleet Including First Star Class Newbuild

Windstar Cruises Welcomes Two New Ships to Fleet Including First Star Class Newbuild

Windstar Cruises, a leader in small-ship luxury cruising, is excited to announce the expansion of its fleet with the addition of two all-suite motor yachts, Star Seeker and Star Explorer. The first of the two ships, new-build Star Seeker which is currently being constructed in the WestSEA shipyard, is expected to be delivered in December of 2025, followed by Star Explorer in December, 2026.

Travel Promoters welcomes the Zambezi Queen Collection by Mantis

Travel Promoters welcomes the Zambezi Queen Collection by Mantis

Travel Promoters is delighted to extend a warm welcome to the Zambezi Queen Collection by Mantis, joining its portfolio of “properties with personality”. Located on the great Chobe River that borders Namibia and the Chobe National Park in Botswana, the Zambezi Queen Collection is made up of four houseboats; the ever-elegant Zambezi Queen and her three Chobe Princesses, as well as the intimate and secluded Ichingo Chobe River Lodge, set above the flowing waters of the Chobe River on Namibia’s Impalila Island.