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Carnival Returns to New York City

With Carnival Magic’s arrival to the Manhattan Cruise Terminal on June 16, Carnival Cruise Line marks its return to guest operations from the city in more than two years and celebrates its restart in all 14 of its U.S. homeports.

Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises Savings on Summer Vacations

As consumers continue to search for ways to soften the blow of soaring costs, Princess Cruises launched a limited time offer that will help preserve summer vacations and fall getaways, by offering guests savings of up to 40 percent off cruise fares to sought-after destinations including the California Coast, Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Canada/New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal.

Star Pride

Windstar Cruises’ Reimagined Star Pride Makes Debut in Greece

The U.S. headquartered small ship cruise line Windstar Cruises announces the debut of its all-suite Star Plus Class Star Pride yacht, sailing from Athens on a sold-out, eight-day voyage to Barcelona, stopping at ports including Gythion, Corfu, Argostoli, Messina (Taormina), Trapani, and Cagliari.

Atlas Ocean Voyages

Atlas Ocean Voyages To Start Homeport Operations in Panama

The Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) has announced that during the official mission of tourism promotion carried out recently in Miami, U.S., by the National Government through and in conjunction with the private sector, the company Atlas Ocean Voyages confirmed that it will begin to run at least four new homeport operations, starting as of the 2022-2023 cruise season.


Oosterdam Back to Cruising

Holland America Line welcomed its ninth ship back into service Sunday, May 8, as Oosterdam embarked guests in Trieste (Venice), Italy, for the first time since the industrywide pause began in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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UNWTO Regional Commission for Europe 2023

UNWTO Regional Commission for Europe Met in Sofia

June 02, 2023 MICE
The 68th meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for Europe (31 May – 2 June, Sofia, Bulgaria), assessed the current state of tourism in the region while also recognizing the vital importance of education, jobs and investments for a more inclusive and…