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The 225,282-ton Allure of the Seas underwent an 18-day overhaul at a shipyard in Spain.
The line's latest promotion is available on select summer sailings.
Yes and Marillion are among the headliners for the November sailing.
The 2,340-passenger Norwegian Dawn ran aground on Tuesday while departing Bermuda.
The 2,224-passenger Norwegian Dawn had just pulled out of Bermuda's King's Wharf.
More than a dozen performers will be aboard for the second Keeping the Blues Alive trip.
The 1,754-passenger Disney Magic will return to the city in late 2016.
The 930-passenger Viking Star will sail in Europe for its first season.
The 930-passenger vessel will be christened Sunday in Norway.
Darren McGrady will be aboard the Star Legend in June.
The line is hiking the amount of automatic gratuity it adds to bills on June 1.
The first ocean ship from Viking Cruises will be christened on Sunday.
The vacation giant will offer its first river cruises in 2016.
Passengers no longer will be able to grab an item to go from a ship buffet.
The passport control machines will allow for faster U.S. customs processing.
The 150-passenger vessel was christened last month in New Orleans.
Royal Caribbean and Celebrity ships instead will spend an extra day at sea.
Passengers won't know where they're going until they get on board.
More than 50 sailings are included in the offer.
The cruise giant today announced plans for a fourth Quantum class vessel.