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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Offers Special Family Sailings in America and the Caribbean: Daily Cruise Links for Apr. 11, 2016

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Jason Leppert | April 11, 2016

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Offers Special Family Sailings in America and the Caribbean: Daily Cruise Links for Apr. 11, 2016

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EUROPA 2 Family Cruises: Spend the Fall at Sea
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is featuring two family sailings in Fall 2016 in America and the Caribbean including special workshops and classes for kids.

Carnival Victory Earns Perfect 100 U.S.P.H. Inspection Score
Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Victory earned a score of 100 on its latest United States Public Health (U.S.P.H.) inspection in Port Canaveral.

Carnival Foundation Awards Four-Year College Scholarships to 15 South Florida High School Students
Carnival Foundation, along with the Miami HEAT and the Florida Prepaid College Foundation, gave 15 South Florida students college scholarships.

Genting Hong Kong Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement with China Merchants Group
Genting Hong Kong and China Merchants Shekou Holdings are developing Tai Zi Bay, Shekou, Shenzhen into a homeport to boost the Chinese cruise industry.


CEO of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, Karl J. Pojer, has been made chairman of the Leadership Council of CLIA Germany. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News

Princess Cruises will sail from Adelaide in 2017-2018 for the very first time with a roundtrip cruise to New Zealand.

Ponant is celebrating a good 2015 including a 40 percent increase in turnover and 25 percent passenger growth and looking ahead towards its four newbuilds. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News

Following requests to do so, Cruise & Maritime Voyages will loosen its adults-only program to allow children onboard its newest ship for the holidays next summer.

A trio of Fujian companies have teamed up to create a cruise investment firm in Xiamen, China to construct three 70,000-ton cruise ships. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News


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