Royal Caribbean International has confirmed that the ship Empress of the Seas will be used to make its first sailings to Cuba next spring.
All calls into Turkey by P&O Cruises and Cunard ships have been cancelled for the whole of next year.
Royal Caribbean has appointed a new regional sales manager for Scotland.
Royal Caribbean has promoted Stuart Leven to vice president of Europe, Middle East and Africa and named Ben Bouldin as his successor as associate vice president and UK & Ireland managing director.
Cruise industry body Clia Europe’s secretary general Raphael Von Heereman is stepping down from the organisation after just two years in the role.
UK consumers are ready to spend more on overseas holidays in 2017 according to exclusive research for Travel Weekly.
Online travel firms Loveholidays and Cruise.co.uk have been ranked as among the fastest growing companies in Britain.
A full-size replica of the Titanic is to become the major attraction at a Chinese theme park.
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines claims to be removing barriers for single travellers as part of its new year peak booking season cruise sale.
Ride the river cruise rapids to swell your sales, partner a river operator and sell the experiences and destinations, says Phil Nuttall, MD of The Cruise Village
Princess Cruises agreed to pay a record penalty of $40 million for illegal dumping of oil contaminated waste from Caribbean Princess.
Clia cruise line members are increasing safety measures in all European regions, particularly in the popular Mediterranean region.
Agents are being encouraged to tune into a two-part TV documentary on the building of Regent Seven Seas Cruises new ship Seven Seas Explorer to boost their product knowledge.
Seabourn has taken delivery of new all-suite ship
Carnival Cruise Lines has promised to "rock the UK" as it pledges to put travel agents 100% at the heart of its UK business.
Carnival Cruise Line has shifted the focus of its sales team in the UK onto agents and away from direct-sell channels