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Princess Cruises and Crystal Cruises Reveal New Alaska and World Itineraries: Daily Cruise Links for Mar. 25, 2016

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Jason Leppert | March 25, 2016

Princess Cruises and Crystal Cruises Reveal New Alaska and World Itineraries: Daily Cruise Links for Mar. 25, 2016

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Princess Cruises Unveils 2017 Alaska Cruise and Land & Sea Vacation Program
Princess Cruises will deploy Coral Princess, Emerald Princess, Grand Princess, Island Princess, Ruby Princess and Star Princess in 2017.

Crystal's 2017-18 Atlas Details Cruises to 469 Ports, Including 57 Maiden Calls
Crystal Cruises' new 2017-2018 cruise atlas is a 240-page brochure filled with 109 sailings onboard the Crystal Symphony and the Crystal Serenity. Source: Seatrade Cruise News

M/V Expedition Has Rare Cabin Space Still Available for 2016-2017 Antarctic Cruise Season
AdventureSmith Explorations' 132-guest M/V Expedition still has availability on Antarctica cruises in 2016 and 2017, including December through March.

Genting Hong Kong Invites Presidents of Crystal Cruises and Dream Cruises to China to Discuss the “Evolution of Luxury”
Crystal Cruises' Rodriguez and Dream Cruises' Brown discussed Genting Hong Kong’s growth plans for both of its cruise brands.


Sixthman is celebrating the end of its latest season of thirteen festivals at sea including The KISS Kruise V and Kid Rock’s Chillin’ The Most Cruise.

At the Port of Galveston, Carnival Cruise Line has swapped its Carnival Triumph, moving to New Orleans, for the Carnival Liberty.

Royal Caribbean International's 252,282-ton, 6000-passenger Oasis of the Seas called on St. Kitts for the very first time.

Silversea Cruises welcomes Christian Sierralta as its new head of national accounts and Latin America sales, overseeing the U.S. and Canada as well.

Saguenay port was awarded the "Best Port Welcome" for the fourth time according to the Mayor of Saguenay and President of Promotion Saguenay, Mr. Jean Tremblay.

The Liverpool City Council has selected a consultancy team of Arup, KKA Architects, Royal Haskoning DHV Engineering and Turner and Townsend to design a permanent cruise terminal. Source: Seatrade Cruise News


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