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    Global Ports Holding has landed a 15-year deal to operate a cruise ship port in Havana, hoping to take advantage of the thawing relationship between Cuba and the US.

  • In pictures: the world’s best cruise ship interiors

    As cruising enters its Golden Age, operators are competing to woo passengers with increasingly lavish interiors. From MSC Divina’s glittering Swarovski crystal staircase to the cashmere and mahogany-bedecked suites of...

  • Future Cruise: Issue 5

    In this issue: The most eye-catching interiors the cruise industry has to offer, plans to ditch single use plastic on board vessels, the ethics surrounding private cruise islands, and more.

  • June’s top news stories

    DFDS completed the purchase of 98.8% shares in UN Ro-Ro from Turkish private equity companies Actera and Esas for €950m, and Hyundai Merchant Marine selected Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering,...

  • Future Cruise: Issue 4

    In this issue: Vancouver gets ready for a cruise boom, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, new guidelines for man overboard systems, Disney Cruise Line’s LNG plans, and more.

  • Vancouver: a new gateway for cruises to Alaska

    Vancouver is set for a cruise boom with Cunard, Viking Ocean and Azamara planning to offer Alaskan itineraries from the bustling west coast seaport in 2019. Frances Marcellin looks at...

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