The World’s Cruise Ships Can’t Sail. Now, What to Do With Them?

Port of Miami By Fran Golden (Bloomberg) –Hundreds of people lined the banks of Glasgow’s River Clyde a few weeks ago for the rare sight of a small, high-end cruise ship sailing upriver—practically into the heart of the city. The Azamara Journey thrilled socially distanced onlookers by blasting its horn, typically a heralding of livelyContinue reading “The World’s Cruise Ships Can’t Sail. Now, What to Do With Them?”

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Western Australia Committed to Growing Cruise Business

“The State Government (of Western Australia) is committed to growing the cruise industry by addressing regulation and infrastructure issues,” said Tourism WA (Western Australia) Acting CEO Stephen Wood. Among the changes for cruise operators, casino operations are permitted when ships are traveling between WA ports. With nine ports, including Perth as a key homeport, WAContinue reading “Western Australia Committed to Growing Cruise Business”

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Royal Caribbean Cruises to buy Adonia from P&O Cruises

Azamara Club Cruises is to buy P&O Cruises’ ship Adonia, taking its fleet to three ships. The 30,000-ton ship will join Royal Caribbean Cruises’ upmarket Azamara fleet in March 2018. It will be renamed Azamara Pursuit and will join two similar-sized ships – Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. The 704-passenger ship will undergo refurbishment beforeContinue reading “Royal Caribbean Cruises to buy Adonia from P&O Cruises”

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