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Cunard to double its Alaska program for 2020
Cunard will spend its first full season in Alaska from June through September in 2020 on the newly-refitted Queen Elizabeth.
A second NCL cruise pier is coming to Alaska
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is building a second cruise pier in Alaska, scheduled for completion in summer 2020.
Hurtigruten is heading to Alaska starting in 2020
The world's largest expedition cruise company is expanding to Alaska.
Holland America stakes its claim for 2019: ‘We Are Alaska’
Holland America has released details about its 2019 Alaska season, complete with new ‘We Are Alaska’ branding aimed at positioning the line as the leader in Alaska cruising.
Insight Vacations launches 2019 USA & Canada collection
For vacationers wishing to stay close to home next year, Insight Vacations’ newly launched 2019 USA & Canada Premium Escorted Journeys collection features 15 itineraries that include sightseeing, top-notch hotels and savings of 10%.
Windstar takes guests 180 degrees from Ordinary
Windstar is making some major moves in the cruise industry, benefitting both travellers and travel agents alike.
Alaska set to welcome ‘mega’ cruise ships next year
The first “mega” cruise ship will begin visiting Alaska next summer.
Princess announces largest-ever deployment to Alaska in 2019
Princess Cruises, which has been sailing to Alaska for 50 years, has announced its largest deployment ever to ‘the Great Land’ in 2019.
Cruise industry breathes a sigh of relief as Alaska tax hike dropped by U.S.
The cruise industry has dodged a tax increase after Alaska's U.S. senators helped strike the provision from the tax bill that passed the Senate.
Welcome to Alaska: Where a 450-pound seal need to be removed from the runway
In Alaska, it's not uncommon for wildlife like polar bears to wander onto an airport's runway, but a lounging seal is far more unusual.
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‘The Future of Travel: Back to Business?’ A virtual conference presented by Travelweek
Travelweek, the leading news source for the Canadian travel industry, hosted a virtual conference with top industry executives on June 3, 2020
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