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Carnival Cruise Line has introduced a children's menu at its specialty steakhouses for $10 per kid including items like Beef Sliders and a Banana Split.
Poseidon Expeditions attends to children and solo travelers on its cruises with special offerings and accommodations.
The Port of Trois-Rivières and Mayor Yves Lévesque and the Minister of Tourism and the Mauricie Region Julie Boulet have launched its new cruise terminal.
Both Carnival and Royal Caribbean have informed the New South Wales government of its uncompetitive port fees and risk of losing out to other destinations. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News
P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Pearl will become Cruise & Maritime Voyages' Columbus in April 2017 during a dry-dock.
Dublin Port Company and Dublin City Council wish to double the city's cruise industry over the next ten years. SOURCE: Seatrade Cruise News
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