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Carnival Cruise Line to reposition ships in three key homeports in 2018

Carnival Cruise Line to reposition ships in three key homeports in 2018

Carnival Cruise Line will reposition three of its newest and largest ships to new homeports in 2018, expanding upon the exciting variety of cruise options available from Galveston, Texas, Port Canaveral, Fla.,  and Miami. In

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P&O Cruises partners with First News on exciting new cookery series for kids

P&O Cruises partners with First News on exciting new cookery series for kids

P&O Cruises has partnered with First News, the UK's only national newspaper for young people and the world's first online news channel for kids and teenagers, to offer a fun monthly cookery series on https://live.firstnews.co.uk/recipes/

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Princess Cays – Newest Private Destination of Carnival Cruise Line

Princess Cays – Newest Private Destination of Carnival Cruise Line

The private Bahamian destination of Princess Cays has been added to the itineraries of six different Carnival Cruise Line ships beginning in May 2017.  Carnival Cruise Line ships are expected to make 40 calls to

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Costa Luminosa sets sail around the world

Costa Luminosa sets sail around the world

The Costa Cruises 2017 Around the World Cruise will set sail from Savona on 6 January on board Costa Luminosa: a thrilling 106-day journey that will take guests on an exploration of the most wonderful

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Holland America Line launches portal for travel professionals

Holland America Line launches portal for travel professionals

Travel professionals will now have an easier time becoming Holland America Line experts with the launch of the company's redesigned PartnerSHIPS travel professional portal at GoHAL.com. Exclusively for the use of travel professionals, the new

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Cruise Lines International Association Strengthens Global Leadership Team

Cruise Lines International Association Strengthens Global Leadership Team

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) announced today it has added two new members to its global leadership team. Andy Harmer, former vice president, operations & director, UK & Ireland, has been promoted to senior vice

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Crystal Serenity Looks to Make Clean Journey Through Northwest Passage

Crystal Serenity Looks to Make Clean Journey Through Northwest Passage

This week, the Crystal Serenity, a 300-metre-long luxury cruise liner with 700 crew members, became the largest commercial cruise ship to sail into the Northwest Passage, the punishing sea corridor that winds through Canada's Arctic

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Norwegian Cruise Line Announces Ground Breaking European Summer 2017 Itineraries

Norwegian Cruise Line Announces Ground Breaking European Summer 2017 Itineraries

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its ground-breaking summer 2017 deployment for Europe that, for the first time in company history, features five ships sailing in European waters in the summer season. Highlights of the new

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AccorHotels Becomes a Partner of Energy Observer

AccorHotels Becomes a Partner of Energy Observer

On the occasion of the COP 21 UN climate change conference, AccorHotels, the world’s leading hotel operator, announces the signature of a partnership contract with Energy Observer. This experimental, multi-energy catamaran is being developed by

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Costa Cruises to Build Two Next-gen Cruise Ships

Costa Cruises to Build Two Next-gen Cruise Ships

Costa Cruises today announced an order to build two next-generation cruise ships, with the largest guest capacity in the world. They will feature a revolutionary “green design”: the two ships will be the first in

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Vietnam cruise ship tourism – hidden potential

Vietnam cruise ship tourism – hidden potential

With a long coastline of over 3,200km, Vietnam has a huge advantage for developing cruise tourism and becoming one of the main destinations for such tourism in the South East Asian Region. However, the country has so

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Royal Caribbean Plans $70 Million Cruise Terminal at Bayonne, New Jersey

Royal Caribbean Plans $70 Million Cruise Terminal at Bayonne, New Jersey

Royal Caribbean International plans to spend $70 million to build a new cruise terminal at Cape Liberty in Bayonne, N.J., to open in October 2014. The plans were approved this week by the Port Authority