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JOEL Katz, managing director CLIA Australasia EDUCATING CLIENTS -- ONBOARD HEALTH As the profile of cruise continues to grow, so does the focus of the media on cruise news stories. Unfortunately, these news stories are not always positive, and we're

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AURORA'S big reveal Aurora Expeditions has opened reservations for its inaugural polar season of its purpose-built expedition vessel, Greg Mortimer. The cruise line revealed the 120-passenger ship will introduce four new itineraries during the season

A&K explores the Kimberley

ABERCROMBIE & Kent will introduce a new cruise called Australia's Last Frontier in June 2019, taking in the natural beauty of the Kimberley coastline in Western Australia. The 12-night sailing from Broome to Darwin will take place aboard the 92-cabi

NCLH reshuffles Asia-Pacific ops

NORWEGIAN Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has restructured its Asia Pacific operations, expanding the role of Steve Odell, its senior vice president and managing director for the Asia Pacific region, to include the China market. Under the changes, Alex (

Creative Cruising sets new course

CREATIVE Cruising has changed hands, with The Travel Corporation selling the wholesale cruise operator to the owners of Express Travel Group (ETG), including ETG CEO Tom Manwaring. While it's business as usual for Creative Cruising, the new owners

Hurtigruten ramps up APAC

HURTIGRUTEN is in a period of expansion, with "next generation" Explorer ships set to debut this year and in 2019 and a new head of APAC appointed to lead it into the "next stage". Former Cox & Kings chief executive officer Damian Perry has taken to