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US cruise ship captain on trial over French pollution charges




Azura - P&O CruisesThe American captain of a massive cruise ship faces trial in Marseille on Monday (Oct 8) accused of using fuel with sulphur levels above European limits, as the Mediterranean port city grapples with the polluting effect of its drive to increase boat tourism. (channelnewsasia.com)

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P&O Oriana to Leave Fleet




Oriana - P&O CruisesP&O Cruises announced a new guest experience program for 2019 and confirmed the 1995-built Oriana will leave its fleet next August. The company did not specify where the 1,822-guest ship would operate next. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Iona to enter UK and not Bermuda registry



P&O Cruises' IonaIona, the first of two 180,000 gross ton newbuildings for P&O Cruises from Meyer Werft in Germany, is likely to enter the UK registry rather than that of Bermuda, where six of the seven present ships of the company are registered. (cruisebusiness.com)

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New P&O UK Ship Named Iona



P&O Cruises today revealed Iona will be the name of its LNG-powered 5,200-passenger newbuild. The ship will debut in Southampton in spring 2020, making it the biggest vessel to sail out of the UK at 183,900 tons. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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P&O Cruises marks first construction milestone for newest ship with steel cutting ceremony at Meyer Werft in Papenburg. Name to be announced on Thursday May 24




The year 2020 will put P&O Cruises into the history books again, with the introduction of Britain's biggest ever cruise shipP&O Cruises marked an important construction milestone last week as it cut the first piece of steel for its newest ship being built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. The steel cutting ceremony was attended by P&O Cruises senior vice president, Paul Ludlow; Carnival UK president Josh Weinstein and managing director of Meyer Werft, Tim Meyer.

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British cruise market to surpass 2.0 million in 2018 – P&O Cruises



The British cruise market should generate more than 2.0 million passengers this year, the first time it has exceeded the figure, said Paul Ludlow, P&O Cruises senior vice president. Last year, the figure came in at 1.96 million, with less than a percent’s growth on the previous year. (cruisebusiness.com)

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