Cruise Pulse: News and Notes for Jan. 12, 2016
Cruise Lines International Association Debuts Water Wanderlust, 2016 Media Open House Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) just hosted Water Wanderlust, a media showcase of the cruise industry and cruise ships.
Port Tampa Bay Looks to Keep Cruising Despite Restrictions on Mega Ships The Sunshine Skyway bridge does not allow mega cruise ships to reach Port Tampa Bay, Florida, but developments in Cuba could still boost smaller refurbished ship traffic.
100,000-Ton Carnival Victory To Begin Cruises Out Of Port Canaveral In February Replacing the Carnival Sensation, Carnival Cruise Line’s larger Carnival Victory will begin sailing from Port Canaveral, Florida in February.
Micronesia Cruise Association Sets Sail on Big Opportunities Legislative tourism chair Senator Tina Muna Barnes wants to rekindle the Micronesia Cruise Association’s efforts and expert talks.
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On Sunday, P&O Cruises’ latest ship, the Pacific Eden, sailed into her namesake port of Eden, Australia.
USA TODAY 10Best released the results of its Readers’ Choice cruise travel winners after four weeks of voting.
Celebrity Cruises has appointed Alexandra Shapiro from an event specialist with the line in Philadelphia to west coast-based market sales manager.
Pierfrancesco Vago opened the first CLIA Summit at Sea with a call for an expansion of European ports and infrastructural upgrades.
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