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Cruise Port City Compass: The Result of the First Collaboration Between AIVP and MedCruise Presented at Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami

Cruise Port City Compass: The Result of the First Collaboration Between AIVP and MedCruise Presented at Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami (Image at LateCruiseNews.com - April 2024)  (Image at LateCruiseNews.com - April 2024)For the first time working together, MedCruise and AIVP have presented today (April 9, 2024) a publication titled ‘Cruise Port City Compass – Global cases inspiring sustainable connections & communities‘ during the “Seatrade Cruise Global”, in Miami, Florida. (more…)

Carnival Corporation Announces Significant Sustainability Achievements

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Carnival Corporation & plc today released its 14th annual sustainability report detailing meaningful progress in its six sustainability focus areas, including toward its highest-priority goals supporting climate action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and promoting a circular economy model to reduce waste. (more…)



















As Indians take to cruise holidays in a big way, will there be a price to pay in damage to marine ecosystems and fragile coastlines?

Cruising may be considered a holiday option best suited to senior citizens worldwide but, in India, Gen Z, millennials and young working professionals are displaying a strong appetite for voyages, often as part of multigenerational groups, according to the India Holiday Report 2023, published by travel companies Thomas Cook India and SOTC India. (more…)

Hidden extras can cost up to £3,000 more on ocean cruises and additional £2,000 on river itineraries

Saga (Logo)New research by Saga has found that travellers can expect to spend an average of over £1,300 in hidden extras on a ‘pay as you go’ ocean cruise, and potentially as much as £3,000 more, while on river cruises it’s an average of £500 on top of the basic price, but with the possibility of that stretching to almost £2,000 more per person. (more…)