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Passenger Ship Safety Miami 2018 Preview

Passenger Ship Safety Miami is set to take place Jan. 30 – 31 in South Florida, with a number of key cruise line speakers set to participate alongside industry suppliers, class societies and other stakeholders. The event’s goal is to bring together leading experts from the cruise industry to discuss the practical aspects of international and national regulations impacting the design and operation of vessels. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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PortMiami Set to Continue Record-Shattering Growth Pace

The Norwegian Epic at Miami“We do have space. I want that to be very clear, that we have space for growth here at PortMiami,” said Juan Kuryla, port director. “We are growing and need to continue investing.”




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MSC Cruises Announces Ricky Martin and Andrea Bocelli More for U.S. Naming Ceremony Celebration

Today MSC Cruises announced the line-up for the official launch and Naming Ceremony of MSC Seaside, which will be held on December 21st in PortMiami. As part of the traditional Naming Ceremony that is held for every new ship, MSC will welcome special guests and entertainment, Miami authorities, global media, and key partners from across the travel industry.




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MSC and PortMiami Officially Inaugurate New Terminal F

MSC Cruises together with PortMiami have marked the completion of the new Terminal F at PortMiami. The new terminal will serve as the homeport for the MSC Seaside as well as the MSC Divina. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Miami’s Cruise Industry Gave $23,500 to Senator Who Stopped New Cruise Tax

The Norwegian Epic at MiamiNext time you see a cruise ship at PortMiami, consider this: Because of a loophole in the U.S. tax code, the companies that rake in billions of dollars each year selling cruises to Kid Rock fans and spring breakers pay no corporate income tax. (miaminewtimes.com)




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PortMiami Grows With the Cruise Industry

PortMiami continues to grow with the cruise industry. Having just completed a record fiscal year (ended October 31) handling a total of 5.34 million passengers, PortMiami is gearing up to again meet the needs of the cruise industry. (maritime-executive.com)




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