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Norwegian scraps new rule on room food

People Power is a wonderful thing when it’s in full bloom. Norwegian found out it could move mountains…well, mountains of food.

The line has completely backtracked on its implementation that you can’t take food to your room. 278 more words

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Cunard Queens dance on the Mersey

Cunard’s “Three Queens” met in the River Mersey at Liverpool this week for the first time, in celebration of Cunard’s 175th anniversary.

Now I’m sure this was hard to do but…the… 235 more words

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Luxury cruising to increase by 53 per cent

Mainstream, contemporary cruise lines usually get all the publicity when it comes to building new ships. However, according to the Cruise Industry News annual report, the luxury niche could see a capacity increase of 53 per cent by 2018. 247 more words

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Never-ending good news for port of Quebec

It seems to me I’ve been writing a lot about cruising in Quebec these days, whether it’s the smaller ports along the St. Lawrence or one of cruising’s most popular places, … 202 more words

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Big news coming soon from Carnival

BERGEN, Norway — Something’s up with Carnival Corporation!

The parent company has nine cruise-ship brands — including Cunard, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn… 220 more words

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The Star and its impact on cruise industry

ABOARD THE VIKING STAR IN BERGEN, NORWAY —  Will the Viking Star be a game changer in ocean cruising?

A person who shall remain nameless, but who is definitely in the know about cruising, told me that question will take a while to answer. 603 more words

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Newest ocean cruiser leaves its mark in London

ABOARD THE VIKING STAR — This was moving day for the Viking Star, after she gained some measure of fame by cruising on the Thames as the largest ship to go through the Thames flood barriers. 506 more words

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