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Dubai multi-entry visa to boost cruise tourism sector

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Recent regulatory changes to the United Arab Emirates’ visa system will have a transformative effect on Dubai’s cruise sector and further boost medical tourism in the emirate. A new ruling in the UAE which took effect on August 1st 2014, will ensure implementation of a new visa and fees system. → Read More

Norwegian Cruise Line recognised by World Travel Awards

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Norwegian Cruise Line has been named Europe’s Leading Cruise Line for the seventh consecutive year by the World Travel Awards. The annual awards, held in Athens, Greece, recognise travel companies for delivering an outstanding customer experience and are voted for by travel agents and consumers worldwide. → Read More

DFDS Seaways defends World Travel Awards title

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DFDS Seaways has been named ‘Europe’s Leading Ferry Operator’ at the European leg of the 2014 World Travel Awards in Athens, Greece. It is the eighth consecutive year that the ferry company has been recognised for its outstanding service at the World Travel Awards. → Read More

DFDS Seaways brings gourmet cuisine to high-seas

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Award-winning ferry operator DFDS Seaways has created a tasty new tapas style menu in the a la carte Blue Riband restaurant onboard King Seaways, which sails between Newcastle and Amsterdam. The delicious new menu draws inspiration from Spanish tapas dishes as well as influences from other European cuisine, creating a menu designed to tempt the taste buds of our passengers. → Read More

Quantum of the Seas under construction at Meyer Werft

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Video: Go behind the scenes at Meyer Werft's cabin factory where Quantum of the Seas staterooms are constructed using a production line. From carpeting to art on the wall, this manufacturing process ensures the highest quality standards throughout. → Read More

Costa Concordia prepares for final journey

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Stricken cruise ship Costa Concordia is preparing to makes its final journey as authorities in Italy prepare to tow the vessel away for scrapping. Following a painstaking process to re-float the ship over a period of month, Concordia will now be towed to Genoa to be broken up for scrap. → Read More

Regent Seven Seas begins construction on Seven Seas Explorer

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Construction began this morning on Seven Seas Explorer at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The crisp pop of a cork being freed from a Krug Grande Cuvée magnum initiated a laser, which cut the ceremonial first piece of steel for the new ship. → Read More

Carnival signs agreement with Cigar City Brewing

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Capitalising on the growing popularity of craft beer in the U.S., Carnival Cruise Lines has entered into an exclusive agreement to offer Tampa-based Cigar City Brewing’s craft beers on all of its Florida-based ships. → Read More

Norwegian Cruise Line orders two new ships

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Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that it has reached an agreement with MEYER WERFT GMBH of Germany to build two new Breakaway-Plus class cruise ships for delivery in the second quarter 2018 and the fourth quarter 2019. Each ship will be 164,600 gross tonnes and include 4,200 passenger berths. → Read More

Norwegian Cruise Line orders two new vessels from Meyer Werft

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Norwegian Cruise Line has announced it has reached an agreement with Meyer Werft of Germany to build two new Breakaway-Plus class cruise ships for delivery in the second quarter 2018 and the fourth quarter 2019. Each ship will be 164,600 gross tonnes and include 4,200 passenger berths. → Read More

P&O Cruises new ship to host first British cookery school at sea

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When the doors of the country’s newest cookery school, The Cookery Club, open next March on Britannia, Britain’s largest cruise ship, it will offer the most comprehensive schedule of classes for all ages and abilities as it travels the world. → Read More

Viking Cruises floats out Viking Star

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Viking Cruises has released a new online video highlighting the inaugural float out ceremony for its first ocean ship – the 930-passenger Viking Star – set to debut in early 2015. The traditional ceremony took place at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard outside Venice, Italy. → Read More

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