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Cruise industry cooperation highlighted in Arctic search and rescue event

AECO (Logo)This week, the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) published the report their most recent search and rescue (SAR) tabletop exercise. The report concludes that cruise ships can make valuable contribution to search and rescue in the Arctic.




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Genting Cruise Lines To Live Stream Keel Laying Of Dream Cruises’ New Global Class Ship Via Facebook And Weibo. Launch Naming Contest for First Global Class Ship

MV Werften's Global Class ship. Above pictured in Rostock (Artist impression MV Werften)Genting Cruise Lines will celebrate the next important milestone in the construction of Dream Cruises’ new Global Class ship with the Keel Laying ceremony to be held on Tuesday, September 11 at 14:00, CEST (Central European Summer Time).




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Princess Cruises Inspires Malaysian Travel Agents with Creative Cooking Challenge

Princess Cruises Inspires Malaysian Travel Agents with Creative Cooking Challenge - August 2018Princess Cruises held a cooking challenge for travel agents in Malaysia as part of its ongoing relationship-building programme with the local travel industry community. Over 60 travel agents attended events held in Kuala Lumpur and Penang designed to strengthen relationships and reward agents while generating excitement and fun.




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Stats: Carnival, Royal Caribbean, NCL to Grow Gross Capacity by 30% by 2023

Over the next five years, Carnival Corporation & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd are expected to grow their total gross capacity by more than 30 percent—or by 135,000 berths, Moody’s Investors Service says in a new report. Combined, the three companies represent about 75 percent of worldwide cruise capacity. (travelagentcentral.com)




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Ireland’s Cruise Liner Sector On The Rise In Latest ‘Transport Trends’ Report

The Celebrity Eclipse at Cork, Ireland (Courtesy Port of Cork)Maritime passengers arriving at Irish ports saw a 2.1% increase to 2.8 million from 2016 to 2017. That’s according to the Department of Transport’s latest Transport Trends report published earlier this week, which highlights the increasing importance of the cruise liner sector in Irish maritime activity. (afloat.ie)




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