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Excursion operator SEA Tours certified with Thai Safety and Health Administration

SEA Tours, the Bangkok based shore excursion operator, said it has been certified with Thai Safety and Health Administration. Public authorities and the tourism industry of the country have introduced a programme with an aim to ensure tourists, domestic and foreign alike, that they have a positive experience of their holiday and that they are confident about the sanitation and safety standards of Thailand’s tourism products and services. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Where Are All The Cruise Ships?

While we see the images of parked airliners lined up on taxiways and wing-to-wing at various airports around the world, where are all the cruise ships? Looking at Cruisemapper.com heightened my intrigue. (forbes.com)

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Coronavirus: Updated Cruise Ship Policies and Cancellations

Many cruise lines have canceled or altered scheduled sailings in Asia and other parts of the world as coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) continues to spread. In January, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern, following an emergency committee meeting in Geneva. (cruisecritic.com)

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Royal Caribbean Group Evaluating Ship Sales

Royal Caribbean Group (logo)Will Royal Caribbean Group sell or retire more cruise ships? The company is evaluating all options according to Jason Liberty, executive vice president and chief financial officer, speaking on Royal Caribbean’s second quarter earnings call on Monday. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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French passengers sue Costa Cruises over virus ship ordeal

Around 850 French passengers who were on board a coronavirus-riddled cruise ship that was turned away from numerous ports in March have filed a collective suit in Paris with 180 complaints, including manslaughter, against Costa Cruises, their lawyer said Sunday. (bangkokpost.com)

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