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Celebrity Cruises Names Two New Galapagos Expedition Ships: Daily Cruise Links for June 8, 2016

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Jason Leppert | June 08, 2016

Celebrity Cruises Names Two New Galapagos Expedition Ships: Daily Cruise Links for June 8, 2016

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Celebrity Cruises Names Two New Galapagos Expedition Ships
More details are still to come, but Celebrity Cruises has briefly announced that its two upcoming ships will be named Celebrity Xperience and Celebrity Xploration.

Crystal Hires Veteran Airline Executive to Lead Its Aviation Ventures
Crystal Cruises has brought Marc Cavaliere onboard to run Crystal Luxury Air and forthcoming Crystal AirCruises come fall 2017. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News

Carnival Foundation's $2.5 Million Donation Helps The Nature Conservancy Launch Online Atlas, Protect and Manage Conservation Efforts in the Caribbean
Carnival Corporation's second year support and donation to The Nature Conservancy is helping the organization in its ocean protection mission.

CLIA Showcases Cruise Industry Environmental Leadership During Capitol Hill Ocean Week
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is leading environmental protection initiatives as highlighted during Capitol Hill Ocean Week.


Carnival Cruise Line has opened the "Ultimate Cruise Night Contest" for travel agents to win $1,000 to present a cruise party and a $5,000 cash grand prize, and the line also hosted the third annual “Carnival Kids Day” in partnership with the RoughRiders.

Royal Caribbean International will base Vision of the Seas at Cape Liberty, New Jersey instead of Rhapsody of the Seas.

Norwegian Cruise Line will send Norwegian Jewel to the Asia Pacific and Australian region starting November 2017 among many other deployments.

Silversea Cruises will embark on its 121-day World Cruise 2018 from Los Angeles to Rome on Jan. 6, 2018.

Windstar Cruises has revealed its 2017 Voyage Collection featuring over 150 ports of call.

Star Clippers has released its 2017-2018 itineraries for booking with new destinations like Bali.

Royal Caribbean International is eyeing a possible $47 million pier to facilitate Oasis-class ships at its CocoCay private island, and Carnival Cruise Line is considering a port in East Grand Bahama. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News


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