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Cruise Pulse: Top Stories for Nov. 30, 2015

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Crystal Cruises | Jason Leppert | November 30, 2015

Cruise Pulse: Top Stories for Nov. 30, 2015

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From our high seas sailing of the world wide web, check out some of today's top cruise stories...

Now Open for Booking: Crystal River Cruises Luxury Lineup
Crystal Cruises today revealed its 2016 to 2018 European river itineraries for its upcoming five luxury vessels, now open for reservations.

Carnival Cruise Line Hosts Four-Day ‘Cyber Weekend’ Sale Over Thanksgiving Holiday
Carnival Cruise Line's Cyber Monday promotion finishes today with 24 hours of Early Saver rates, 50 percent reduced deposits, $1 upgrades and free price protection on select sailings.

Norwegian Adds Cover Charge to Margaritaville
Starting Nov. 28, the once-complimentary Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville at Sea on Norwegian Escape will begin charging a la carte prices.

Royal Caribbean Gets Green After Sustainability Report
Royal Caribbean International has expanded its Save the Waves program and is reducing greenhouse gas emissions produced by its fleet.

Carnival Corporation Chairman Micky Arison Featured in John Heald’s “Whatever We’re Gonna Call These” Video Series
Carnival Cruise Line Brand Ambassador John Heald recently interviewed Carnival Corporation Chairman Micky Arison about the forthcoming Carnival Vista.


MSC Cruises' 3,502-guest MSC Divina will host a four-night Def Leppard music cruise from Miami, Florida on Jan. 21.

Local businesses are feeling positive about potential cruise ship calls at the port of Rochester after a bill was presented for a $100,000 study of the possibility.

Sydney Harbour was the meeting point for the rendezvous of the two biggest cruise ships in the Southern Hemisphere – Royal Caribbean International's Explorer of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas.

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism first greeted Royal Caribbean International's newest Anthem of the Seas, expected to carry 6,000 passengers a week to the Port of Nassau.

Salalah Port welcomed Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' EUROPA and its 584 guests to the Oman city.


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