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MHA 35th Edition Commemorative Magazine Out Now

MHA 35th Edition Commemorative Magazine Out Now“Cruise Industry News” has published a special commemorative magazine for the Marine Hotel Association’s (MHA) 35th Anniversary. Available online on a complimentary basis, the magazine is fresh off the printing press and in the mail, and will also be available at the MHA’s 35th Anniversary Conference and Trade Show taking place in Orlando, Sept. 20-22, 2020.

Carnival Cruise Line Introduces New ‘Fly2fun’ Air Option On Offering Greater Convenience And Flexibility

Carnival Cruise Line (logo)As part of its ongoing effort to make booking a cruise as easy as possible, Carnival Cruise Line has introduced a new “Fly2Fun” air option on that provides guests the added convenience of securing their air arrangements immediately after completing their cruise booking. (more…)

CLIA Shares Findings of Recent Studies Confirming Limited Impact of Scrubber Technology on Marine Environments

Cruise Lines International Association - CLIA (logo)Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the leading voice for the global cruise industry, highlighted today (Ja.23) the findings of three independent reports released in 2019 that show Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS), also known as scrubbers, when operated in open-loop mode, have minimal impact on water and sediment quality. (more…)

New report encourages research to support Arctic tourism management

AECO (Logo)Arctic tourism stakeholders have contributed to a report that outlines knowledge gaps and research needed to support responsible tourism management in the Arctic. The goal is to encourage researchers to undertake research that can inform decision-makers, local communities and operators in a time of increased interest in Arctic tourism. (more…)

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