Carnival Corporation to Charter Three Cruise Ships to Support APEC Summit




The Pacific Explorer in Sydney (Photo courtesy P&O Cruises Australia)P&O Cruises Australia and Princess Cruises, subsidiaries of Carnival Corporation & plc, will charter three cruise ships to house delegates to the 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in November 2018, hosted in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby.

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Carnival Victory will undergo a bow-to-stern refurbishment in 2020 and will be Renamed Carnival Radiance



Carnival Victory at NorfolkCarnival Cruise Line today announced a dry dock that will transform Carnival Victory into Carnival Radiance – representing the final phase of a $2 billion fleet enhancement program that has brought a consistent level of experiences from WaterWorks aqua parks, specialty dining, entertainment, enhanced accommodations and amenities, to the more than five million passengers who annually sail with the line.

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St. Kitts Meets with Top Executives from Carnival Corporation




St. Kitts' Port ZanteOn the heels of a record-setting 2017-2018 cruise season, Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris in conjunction with Minister of Tourism The Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grantmet with top executives from Carnival Corporation & plc to discuss further development of the partnership between the destination and the cruise line.

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Season’s first cruise liner arrives in Kochi



MV Boudicca , the Bahamas-based luxury cruise liner, berthed at the Kochi port on Sunday morning, signalling the beginning of cruise season in Kerala. The luxury liner was built in 1973 and belongs to Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, a UK-based Norwegian-owned cruise shipping line. (thehindu.com)

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Three New Ships For Silversea – Other Cruise News: Rocky Mountaineer Welcomes Brits – Cruise Connections Via Reykjavik




by Kevin Griffin

Last week, with the backing of new majority owners Royal Caribbean Cruises, Silversea announced orders for three new ships, two of a new “Evolution” class for its worldwide fleet and one ship for local use in the Galapagos Islands. This week we also have two cruise-related stories coming to you from the realms of rail and airline activity.

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Second edition of AIDA cruise catalog for March 2019–April 2020 out now




AIDAaura at Sydney The second edition of the AIDA catalog “My hotel shows me the world” for the 2019/2020 season was published on October 11, 2018. In the latest edition, AIDA provides an overview of the third AIDA world cruise with AIDAaura, and introduces the new route with AIDAmira.

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CMA CGM: Seven Ships – Round The World In 83 Days Via Panama And Singapore – Between US Or Caribbean Ports And Asia




CMA CGM has just extended the duration of its PEX 2 and PEX 3 Round-the-World services from 77 days to 83 days. The PEX 2 service features two 8-berth ships, the CMA CGM Jacques Joseph and CMA CGM Lisa Marie via Mexico and the Caribbean and PEX 3, five ships via the US Gulf and Florida, of which the CMA CGM Cendrillon and CMA CGM La Scala are 7-berth ships, the CMA CGM Lamartine and CMA CGM Maupassant are 6-berth ships and the APL Scotland carries one passenger only.

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