1958 -

Florida Export Tobacco Co., Inc. established the first duty-free shop in the United States at Miami International Airport.

1961 -

Florida Export Warehouse was formed to provide sundries, souvenirs, and gift merchandise to hotel and airport shops.

1966 -

International Cruise Shops was created to operate duty-free shops on board cruise ships.

1968 -

Florida Export became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Greyhound Corporation.

1987 -

The Company changed its name to Greyhound Leisure Services, Inc. (GLSI).

1998 -

Viad Corporation, successor of Greyhound Corp., sold GLSI to an investment group.

2000 -

As the investment group was getting ready to go public, LVMH Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton acquired GLSI and purchased 100% of its shares. 

As a key extension of LVMH's travel retail group, Starboard Cruise Services, Inc. was officially born in October 2000.

2001 -

J.P. Miguel was named Chairman, Starboard Holdings and primarily responsible for business development and client relationships with the cruise line industry. 

2009 -

Starboard was awarded the contract for the largest cruise ships in the world - Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

2012 -

Starboard was awarded Royal Caribbean's Sunshine contract and acquired Celebrity Cruises' Solstice, Silhouette and Reflection ships.

2013 -

Beth Neumann was appointed President, Starboard Holdings from Avon Products Inc.

Starboard was awarded Crystal Cruise Line's Symphony and Serenity ships.

2014 -

Starboard was awarded the contract for the Pullmantur Cruises and Silversea Cruise ships.