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Hurtigruten Announce Names For First Two Hybrid Explorer Ships

The first two hybrid explorer ships, which are due to enter service in 2018 and 2019, will be named Roald Amundsen and Fridtjof Nansen, Hurtigruten have confirmed. 246 more words

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Thomson Will Base Three Ships In Caribbean For Winter 2017/18 Season

Three Thomson ships will be based in the Caribbean for the Winter 2017/18 season it has been announced.

Thomson Celebration, TUI Discovery and TUI Discovery 2 will all be based from different home ports in the Caribbean. 199 more words

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Virgin Orders Three Ships As Virgin Cruises Rebrands To Virgin Voyages

The waiting is over!  The Virgin brand have signed a ‘shipbuilding agreement’  for the construction of three identical 110,000grt, 2700 passengers ships with Fincantieri, with the first ship due for delivery in 2020 and the other two by 2022.   455 more words

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Carnival Maritime To Include Operations For Cunard And P&O

It has been announced that Carnival Maritime will now include the P&O and Cunard fleets in their fleet operations programme.

Having Aida and Costa in their portfolio, the Hamburg based Fleet Operations Centre will now expand to cover the 10 ships of P&O and Cunard.   172 more words

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Pacific Princess In Scrape With Breakwater In Nice

Pacific Princess this morning collided with rocks that form a breakwater at the entrance to the port of Nice.

A French website described how the ship was struggling in 45 knot easterly winds and rough seas when the port side collided with the breakwater rocks as she arrived this morning.   354 more words

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Azamara Appoints Hernandez As Chief Operating Officer

Azamara Club Cruises have announced that they have appointed Bert Hernandez as the Cruise Line’s Chief Operating Officer.

The newly formed role will be inaugurated by Hernandez  who was formerly Vice President of Planning, Strategy and Deployment for the last three years with Royal Caribbean and prior to that he was with Celebrity Cruises as Vice President of Revenue Management.   179 more words

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