Carnival Cruise Line said work will now begin to finalize the ship’s interior and exterior outfitting. Here’s the latest.
The Constellation Lounge is a viewing area that will be perched up high and forward on each of the line's two new expedition ships. Here's an inside look.
As part of the new role, Gillis will oversee business development, groups sales and support services. Details here.
Low-cost transatlantic carrier Norwegian is changing up its hand baggage policy. Get the details here.
The Altour Foundation, Family Bonds Foundation and the Tzell and Protravel Foundation will all contribute funds. More here.
Travel Leaders Group executives shared their 2020 forecast during an event at the group’s New York City office. Here’s a look at the latest trends.
Amstar DMC, an Apple Leisure Group-related brand, is continuing its expansion in the Caribbean with the addition of Curacao and St. Martin.
Despite Hurricane Dorian destroying parts of the destination in September, the Bahamas still had a record-breaking 2019. Learn more here.
Caribbean Tourism Organization chairman Dominic Fedee said the CTO is going through much-needed rebuilding from which it will emerge better than ever.
Crystal River Cruises has posted all 2022 voyage schedules on its website, with two new maiden calls and several new itineraries. Here's an inside look.
Twenty percent of CHTA members have an “extremely positive” outlook for 2020, while another 28 percent are “positive.” Read more here.
The property has rebranded as the Fairmont El San Juan Hotel. Here’s more on what’s new.
Alaskan Dream Cruises, a small ship operator in America's Last Frontier, has launched new Wave Season deals. Here are details of the offers.
Last summer, the MSC Opera hit Uniworld's River Countess at a dock in Venice, Italy. The river line has now filed a lawsuit against MSC Cruises Management (U.K.). See what Uniworld's Ellen Bettridge says in a statement.
Chris Allison, head of commercial partnerships, the Americas, at Tourism Australia, delivered an update on the situation at Travel Leaders Group's New York city offices. Here's what you need to know.