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Holland America's next ship to be called Nieuw Statendam


Nieuw Koningsdam

Holland America Line said its next ship due in 2018 will be named Nieuw Statendam.

HAL officials made the disclosure at the Rotterdam christening ceremony of its latest ship, Koningsdam. 43 more words

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Carnival Corporation chief backs UK trade push

The chief executive of Carnival Corporation has backed his UK team to develop relations with the trade, but urged agents to speak out if they were unhappy with the cruise giant’s strategy. 233 more words

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Making waves in Cuba: First American cruise ship in nearly four decades arrives in Havana

HAVANA — The first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility. 930 more words

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Time to Party on the Carnival Vista

Carnival Vista is a cruise ship built for Carnival Cruise Line, which was delivered on April 28th 2016.[9] Sea trials were completed in March 2016. The ship’s maiden voyage is set to embark on May 1, 2016 from Trieste, Italy on a 13 day Europe Cruise that ends in Barcelona, Spain. 324 more words

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On a Fathom cruise, a sea day like no other

Impact guide Gil Lang tells Fathom passengers how to improve their storytelling skills. Photo Credit: Tom Stieghorst

 

Travel Weekly cruise editor Tom Stieghorst is sailing on the first cruise for Fathom, Carnival Corp.’s new social-impact line. 563 more words

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Carnival's Fathom Cruise To Cuba Set To Make A Difference

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A week away from the first scheduled cruise to Cuba, Carnival Corporation’s Fathom Adonia pulled back into port following its weekly voyage to the Dominican Republic. 477 more words

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Cuba Changes Course, Will Allow Native Born On Cruises To Island

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Get ready to set sail to Cuba, no matter where you were born.

Cuban-Americans born in Cuba will now be allowed to enter via cruises, clearing the way for Carnival Corporation’s planned sailings to the island. 479 more words

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