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Navigator of the Seas sets sail from Miami on Caribbean itineraries following an extensive $115 million renovation.
The hospitality industry is making an effort to cut back on waste by joining in on the #LastStraw campaign.
The cruise giant is poised to make a giant splash in luxury and expedition cruising.
2018's new cruise ships are bigger and better, with more varied amenities and excursions. Here are 4 that should be on meeting planners' radars.
So far, United AIrlines has committed over 7 million bonus miles to customers and matched $300,000 in donations.
The angular glass facility will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing a welcoming, lively atmosphere to the port.
Pete Pearson, WWF’s director of food waste, will speak about food-waste prevention and food recovery, helping businesses understand the intersection of agriculture and wildlife conservation.
From innovative food and film pairings, to onboard art exhibits and port excursions, here’s a roundup of the latest cultural cruising experiences.
New York Harbor was aflutter recently with the permanent arrival of the third largest cruise ship in the world, Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas.
Crystal Cruises has partnered with wellness institutions including the Tai Chi Cultural Center and The Cleveland Clinic as part of its Creative Learning Institute, offering on-board classes ranging from Healthy Abs and Back to Memory Fitness to Tai Chi.
Enticing foodie options are one reason why river and ocean cruise goers are expected to exceed 24 million by 2018.
Cruise lines are increasing WiFi access, improving audiovisual options and even developing their own apps and onboard intranets for indivduals and groups.
Cruise clients and suppliers talk ships in Miami/Fort Lauderdale.
Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas are sister ships in Royal Caribbean International's "Oasis Class." Sailing from Fort Lauderdale year-round on alternate...
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