Carnival Cruise Extends Nude Boat ‘Bare Necessities’ Tour To Two-Weeks




There is great cruise news, coinciding National Nude of July 14. The Big Nude Boat 2021 of Carnival Cruise will be expanding the span of its nude cruise to full two weeks offering more fun in the waters of the Caribbean. According to information, the Big Nude Boat 2021 will sail the waters of the Caribbean in its 31st edition from Feb 14, 2021. (ibtimes.com)

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Hotel Director Announced For Crystal Endeavor




Crystal Expedition Cruises has appointed seasoned Hotel Director Harry Ter Horst to oversee the hospitality operations aboard Crystal Endeavor, set to launch in August 2020. With an esteemed career of nearly 30 years, Ter Horst served as Hotel Director aboard Crystal Esprit in 2015 and worked across the globe in various positions aboard cruise ships, expedition ships and private yachts.

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Australia And New Zealand: If You’re Planning To Sail There By Cargo Ship In 2020, This Is What You Need To Know




by Kevin Griffin

Once or twice a year we have a look at the cargo ship passenger market, which counts around 300 passenger-carrying ships in the trade. Now offered solely by European owners, services are by shipowners from Germany and Poland in the north and from France and Italy in the south. The main cargo-passenger operators now are Marseilles-based CMA CGM, Naples-based Grimaldi Lines, a number of different German owners, including NSB, but no longer Hamburg-Süd and Rickmers Line, which have both withdrawn. The Polish Steamship Company operates about fifteen ships in the North Atlantic Great Lakes trade. Two older names have also re-entered the passenger trades, as Atlantic Container Line (ACL), a subsidiary of Grimaldi Lines, now has five 12-passenger ships on the North Atlantic, and APL, now part of CMA CGM, has revived passenger service on eighteen of its Singapore-based ships, mainly in the Pacific.

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Princess Cruises Connects Guests with Local Experts Ashore with Launch of Local Connections: Alaska




Princess Cruises - AlaskaNew for the 2019 season and celebrating the cruise line’s 50th year sailing in Alaska, Princess Cruises has partnered with a team of local experts in Alaska to give guests even more exclusive and authentic experiences ashore as part of the cruise line’s award-winning “Local Connections” program.

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Almaco will deliver complete cabin and catering areas on SeaDream Yacht Club’s SeaDream Innovation




SeaDream Yacht Club to Introduce Global Yachting with a New Luxury Yacht, to Be Named SeaDream InnovationSeaDream’s new ultra-luxury mega yacht, SeaDream Innovation, is the first new ship added to the fleet since 2001 and introduces the concept of “Global Yachting”, operating around the world including remote destinations in polar areas with its ice class credentials, as well as in tropical ports.

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French Riviera Ports: Steady Cruise Traffic for 2019 and 2020




French Riviera Ports are expecting a strong 2019 in line with or slightly up from 2018, according to Jean Marc Berard, CCI ports manager (Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie). “Our forecast is for 85 calls and 38,000 passengers in Nice, 88 calls and 207,000 passengers in Villefranche, and 46 calls and 455,101 passengers in Cannes and Antibes,” he explained. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Fred. Olsen-related companies support the Royal National Lifeboat Institution with £10,000 donation




Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is proud to pass on a donation of £10,000 to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). This significant donation has been brought about by the generosity of the Fred. Olsen Social Engagement Group, acting on behalf of Bonheur ASA (Bonheur) – the ultimate parent company of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines – based in Oslo, Norway, in order to benefit the safety of passengers and staff of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

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FTI’s Berlin Returns for Third Cuba Season

Cuba, Havana: Plaza de la Catedral de San Cristobal (Photo credit Gorupdebesanez at commons.wikimedia.org)FTI Cruises has announced its third Cuba cruise season for the Berlin, starting in January 2020. According to Ralph Schiller, FTI Group Managing Director, the Berlin will sail 11 weekly cruises from Havana around Cuba from January 4 through March 14, calling at Santiago de Cuba as well as Georgetown and Montego Bay. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Fredericia to Welcome 10 New Ships This Year




Fredericia - Denmark“We are getting 19 calls, and the number of cruise guests keeps going up,” said Line Tange, cruise manager in Fredericia. “We have 10 new ships from five cruise lines.” (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Financing Alaska: What happens if the Ocean Rangers stop monitoring cruise ships?



Celebrity Infinity at Icy Strait Point, AlaskaThe watchdog group that monitors the cruise ship industry didn’t survive the governor’s veto. The Ocean Ranger program, which was created 11 years ago after a voter-approved ballot initiative, puts Coast Guard-trained observers aboard cruise ships to monitor their environmental operations and marine discharges. It’s paid for with a $4-per-person berth fee and raises about $4 million yearly. (ktuu.com)

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Cruise Ship Nippon Maru Slated for Renovation – Marking 30th Anniversary of Its Launching with More Comfortable Cruises




The Nippon MaruTOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Junichiro Ikeda) today (July 12), announced that its group company Mitsui O.S.K. Passenger Line, Ltd. (MOPAS; President: Naohiko Yamaguchi; Head Office: Minato-ku, Tokyo) has scheduled a major renovation of its operated cruise ship, the Nippon Maru.

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Running Your Business Port of New Orleans Closes as Hurricane Warning Issued for Louisiana




Tropical Storm Barry is expected to hit the coast of Louisiana Saturday, prompting travel disruptions across the region. According to the latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center, the center of the storm will approach the central or southeastern coast of Louisiana through Friday night and then make landfall over the central Louisiana coast on Saturday. (travelagentcentral.com)

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