Cruise & Maritime Voyages Fleet Scenario for Operations Pause

The Cruise & Maritime Voyages fleet is being recalled to Northern Europe for the company’s voluntary pause of operations. “All six ocean vessels will be heading back to Northern Europe,” said Chris Coates, group commercial director, in an email to Cruise Industry News. The Magellan, Columbus, Vasco da Gama and Astoria are set to stay inContinue reading “Cruise & Maritime Voyages Fleet Scenario for Operations Pause”

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Vessel Performance Key to Secondhand Ship Market for Carnival

Carnival Corporation has sold 28 ships since 2006, averaging around two ships per year based on demand in the market. That number was up in 2018, with the company announcing the exit of four ships overall. The Pacific Eden was sold to Cruise & Maritime Voyages while the Pacific Jewel will head to Indian start-upContinue reading “Vessel Performance Key to Secondhand Ship Market for Carnival”

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Mexico: Acapulco: Calls and Homeporting

Norwegian Sun in Acapulco. Thirty calls are scheduled for the 2017-2018 season for Acapulco. That is a slight dip from last year because Holland America cancelled eight calls when Carnival Corporation did not conduct its destination site inspection, despite being invited by the port, explained Alex Casarrubias, port director. “We are confident that once Carnival,Continue reading “Mexico: Acapulco: Calls and Homeporting”

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