MHA Releases Strategic Message for 2019



The Marine Hotel Association (MHA) has released a new strategic message as part of a New Year’s letter to its membership ahead of the group’s 34th annual conference and trade show, set for Naples, Florida, March 31 to April 2. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Princess Cruises to Activate Three Additional Princess MedallionClass™ Ships in 2019



Princess Cruises announced today the expansion of its Princess MedallionClass™ experience to three additional ships – Royal Princess, Crown Princess and Sky Princess – building on the enhanced and personalized cruise vacations guests are currently enjoying on its Caribbean Princess ship sailing the Caribbean, and with Regal Princess starting February 17, 2019.

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Blue World Voyages Promises Summer 2019 Start




Blue World Voyages will launch in summer 2019, according to a statement from the startup cruise line. The 350-guest sports and wellness-centered ship will offer what the line calls active lifestyle cruising. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Meyer Turku Delivers New Mein Schiff 2 to TUI Cruises in Kiel




Mein Schiff 2 out of TurkuTUI Cruises takes delivery of New Mein Schiff 2, a fresh take on a long series of ships from Meyer Turku shipyard. With New Mein Schiff 2 Meyer Turku and TUI Cruises have continued taking into account the feedback from the passengers of TUI Cruise’s previous ships and further improved and refreshed the design of the ship.

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Saga suites names announced: Spirit of Discovery’s suites named after British Isles Shipping Forecast areas




Attention all Shipping at 00.00hrs July 5, 2019: The iconic names broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s British Isles Shipping Forecast will ring out on Saga’s new ship Spirit of Discovery with eight suites named after the areas Bailey, Fair Isle, FitzRoy, Hebrides, Humber, Lundy, Thames and Trafalgar.

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Cartagena among the ten most important ports in the Spanish port system



The Port of Cartagena is consolidated, as a stopover port for the Mediterranean and expects to receive 240,000 cruise ship tourists in 2019. During the year, 165 ships are expected to dock, 17 more than in 2018. These figures keep Cartagena among the ten most important ports in the Spanish port system.

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