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Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe Releases Agenda

Full details released of the industry-leading conference agenda of Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe.

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CLIA: Popularity of Cruising in Asia Set to Grow

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Cruising in Asia is expected to become more popular over the coming years, with larger ships to be introduced.

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Venice Port Wants to Develop Sustainable European Cruising

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The Port of Venice has called on European ports to develop a new form of sustainable cruising on the continent.

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Higher Revenues Boost Royal Caribbean's Q2 Earnings

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Royal Caribbean Cruises closed the quarter ended June 30, 2019, with record second-quarter earnings.

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Costa Cruises Inks Genoa Blue Agreement for 2 Italian Ports

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Italian cruise line Costa Cruises signs the Genoa Blue Agreement.

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CLIA: Global Cruise Passenger Numbers Grow in 2018

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Cruising continued at a paced growth around the world in 2018, according to CLIA.

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Carnival Corp: Retrofitting to LNG Is Not an Option

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Strang: Carnival Corporation is not considering retrofitting existing vessels to LNG.

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Asian Cruise Market Continues Blooming

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2017 was another year of exceptional growth for Asian cruise market.

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2017: A Golden Year for Cruise Shipbuilding

Last year was another golden year for the cruise shipbuilding sector, ASSONAVE said.

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Viking Cruises' New Ship Floated Out in Italy

Viking Cruises' newest ship, Viking Jupiter, was floated out in Ancona on May 10.

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DP World Limassol Opens New Cruise Passenger Terminal

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Port and terminal operator DP World Limassol inaugurated a new cruise passenger terminal on May 3.

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CLIA: Cruise Industry to Keep Growing in 2018

The cruise industry will remain on the positive trajectory in the coming year, CLIA's new report shows.

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Gov't Urged to Tackle Lack of Cruise Ship Berths in Sydney

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has urged the New South Wales (NSW) Government to ...

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Prince Rupert Port to Welcome More Cruise Ships in 2017

British Columbia’s Port of Prince Rupert expects more than a 100% increase in the number of ships and ...

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Challenges and Solutions in 2017 Cruise Market

China’s rapid economic evolution has attracted more people to leisure travel opportunities and the number of ...

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AIDA Cruises Rejects Undercover Pollution Findings

German cruise line AIDA Cruises has refuted the pollution accusations by environmental association Nature And ...

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Spotted: Seabourn Encore Christened in Singapore

US-based cruise line Seabourn, part of Carnival Corporation, held a christening ceremony for Seabourn Encore, the ...

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Carnival Corp Ends Year with Record Earnings

Miami-based cruise shipping conglomerate Carnival Corporation & plc has seen a surge of 58 percent in its net ...

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Two Cruise Firms Get Approval to Sail to Cuba

The Cuban government has granted its approval to two cruise line majors, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and Royal ...

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Princess Cruises to Send Seven Ships to Alaska in 2018

California-based cruise ship operator Princess Cruises revealed that seven of its ships will sail Alaska’s ...

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Fincantieri, HRDD Ready for First Joint Project in China

Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri and Shanghai-based shipyard Huarun Dadong Dockyard (HRDD) have expanded ...

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