Cruise Pulse: News and Notes for Dec. 15, 2015
Norwegian Is Named ‘World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line’ The World Travel Awards has again named Norwegian Cruise Line the “World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line” for the fourth consecutive year.
Windstar Cruises Sails from Puerto Rico for the First Time Windstar Cruises recently made its inaugural departure from Puerto Rico, marking the first time the line has sailed from the U.S. in the last several years.
Princess Cruises Voted Best Cruise Line to Alaska in 2015 The Cruise Fever Fan Awards have bestowed Princess Cruises as the best cruise line to Alaska in 2015 for the second straight time.
Meyer Werft Deploys Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Platform for Industry 4.0 The German shipyard has employed the use of the “On Time to Sea” and “Designed for Sea” industry solutions to more efficiently deliver cruise ships.
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Harding makes a cruise industry comeback with contracts for lifeboats, tender vessels and davits to be delivered to an undisclosed cruise line.
The search for a 70-year-old British woman who went missing from Saga Cruises’ Saga Sapphire has been called off.
After review by an international industry team, a proposal for a Legazpi, Philippines cruise terminal and seaport could see fruition.
Potential Indian cruise ports that could see traffic in the future include Goa (Mormugao), Mumbai and Koch.