Cruise Pulse: News and Notes for Nov. 24, 2015
PHOTO: Majestic Princess, one of six ships Princess Cruises will deploy in 2017, will be headed for the Chinese market. (Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises)
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Princess Cruises Announces 2017 Inaugural European Sailings of Majestic Princess
Fathom Unveils Onboard Experience Details
Savona’s 10 Millionth Cruise Passenger Wins Big
Cruise Industry Supports Efforts to Eliminate Trade in Illegal Wildlife
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President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, met with cruise industry leaders in Miami to pitch Colon as a valuable homeport amid the Panama Canal expansion.
Attempts to bring frequent cruising to Guam and Micronesia face both progress and setbacks according to a new round-table discussion.
The British Virgin Islands saw a 487 percent increase year over year in cruise traffic, with 32,133 passengers visiting in October alone.
At a ceremony it was revealed that the government of Malaysia is keen to develop local hubs for cruise tourism to make the country the main player in the East.
Seabourn Sojourn, MS Island Sky and MS Europa 2 visited Qatar last week as the Arabian Gulf port increases its efforts to draw cruise ships to the region.
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