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National cruise tour operator Shore Trips & Tours has purchased Cruise Tours Tauranga giving it access to an official onboard sales channel.
New Zealand is “perfectly positioned” to set a new global benchmark for co-operation between the cruise industry and local communities, according to the executive chair of Carnival Australia, Ann Sherry.
A lack of basic cruise services means Auckland is missing out, according to an industry panel.
However, convincing the public of that is a big challenge for the cruise industry, says CLIA chair Adam Goldstein.
Cruise ships stopping at Akaroa this summer will have to pay a new amenities fee.
Passenger numbers, vessel spend, voyages and port calls all jump in the year to June 2019.
The long-mooted cruise gateway and visitor information centre get a $1m injection from the fund.
The future of New Zealand’s marque cruise port, Auckland, and how its success will shape the sector will form the backbone of discussion at this year’s cruise conference.
In her yearly address to industry, New Zealand Cruise Association (NZCA) Chair Debbie Summers outlines the organisation’s work in NZ’s increasingly important cruise industry.
Napier, Wellington and Akaroa have been named in Cruise Critic’s top five most popular Australasian destinations in its annual Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards.
More port inspections and more dog teams sniffing passengers will be conducted.
Auckland Zoo will take its first directly booked cruise passengers this summer with the luxury Seabourn Cruise Line starting to promote the attraction as a shore excursion.
Cruise operators are becoming wary of NZ following a raft of new levies and fees, says the association.
Napier Port plans to launch its initial public offering in mid-July and then list its stock on the NZX in August.
Cruise Lines International Association global chairman and Royal Caribbean Cruises’ vice chairman, Adam Goldstein, is among a strong speaker line-up at the NZ Cruise Association’s seventh annual conference.
The number of NZers who took a cruise last year increased by 14.6% on 2017, making it one of the world’s fastest growing markets, says CLIA.
The city’s $10m dolphin mooring plan is approved, enabling larger ships to berth.
Cruise vessel visits to Wellington are expected to increase to 120 next summer, up from the 110 recorded this season.
White Island Tours has revealed its new purpose-built vessel designed to increase capacity and frequency on its tours to the popular volcanic island.
The future growth of NZ’s cruise industry is being threatened by a lack of investment in Auckland’s berthing facilities, according to CLIA.
The booming cruise market has helped Wellington’s port notch up a seasonal record welcoming the 100th vessel to the capital – the first time the mark has been achieved in a season in the port’s history.
Seabirds are being dazzled into crash landing on cruise ships in the Hauraki Gulf.
The port operator is predicting cruise passenger spend in the region to reach a record $28m this season.
Early bookings for the 2019-20 cruise season show passenger numbers growth will fall from 27% to 6%.
Cruise ship passengers found in breach of biosecurity rules are now subject to $400 fines under new measures that came into place last week.
Australasia’s leading cruise associations have released the region’s first Cruise Industry Sustainability Guide.
Customs has removed enroute processing and reduced the arrival processing time for cruise ship passengers travelling from Australia to New Zealand.
Seven cruise ships carrying 16,500 passengers worth $3.5m are expected to be turned away from Napier Port next year.
More cruise visitors and larger ships are demanding infrastructure investment, says POAL in its FY18 results.
A luxury French cruise ship and ship’s master have been fined $70,000 and $30,000 respectively following a collision with rocks while on a 16-night South Island cruise.
Cruise ship visits to Dunedin will jump by a third to 117 bringing a record 250,000 passengers.
The NZCA chair on the power and agility of cruise and why it’s vital to steer the direction of the fast-growing industry.
Global cruise growth of meant it faced challenges, including in NZ, says CLIA’s CEO.
Notable speakers include Cindy D’Aoust, president and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association.
Passenger numbers grew 17% in the June year to reach more than a quarter of a million.
Passengers will face the new biosecurity controls from this summer.
The industry is being challenged by cruise in Australia and NZ could be about to follow.
Akaroa has been named the leading cruise destination in New Zealand by TripAdvisor’s Cruise Critic review site.
Cruise growth slows and CLIA cites lack of NZ infrastructure for missing market target.
Revenues of up to $40m are being lost because mooring buoys or “dolphins” that were approved by Auckland Council last year are not yet to be consented.
Royal Caribbean has appointed Susan Bonner the new MD of its Australia and New Zealand operations.
Canterbury’s tourism industry continues on the road to recovery following the 2011 earthquake as construction begins on the city’s traditional cruise berth at Lyttelton Harbour.
Biosecurity NZ is considering extending the $400 air passenger infringement fine to cruise passengers.
A luxury French cruise ship should improve its voyage planning and information systems following a collision with rocks while on a 16-night South Island cruise.
New Zealand’s cruise market has been growing at 13% per annum since 2010 with passenger port days expected to increase almost 40% by 2019, says Tourism New Zealand.
Ports of Auckland has released the results of its study into the feasibility of using shore power for cruise ships berthed in Auckland.
The estimated value of cruise spend in New Zealand during the 2016-17 season was slashed by $318m in yesterday’s Tourism Satellite Account, prompting questions over the accuracy of previous industry assessments.
Cruise Lines International Association Australasia has announced that it has signed Memoranda of Understandings with the Australian Cruise Association and the New Zealand Cruise Association.
Ports of Auckland will impose new passenger levies to pay for the city council’s $10m plan to accommodate larger cruise ships.
Stats NZ has released its first cruise ship traveller statistics providing insight into the number of passengers and crew arriving and departing New Zealand