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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Carnival Corp: On Track to Slowly Remove Older Ships

Adona (Fathom) is set to join Azamara Cruise. Carnival Corporation remains on pace to remove one to two older, less efficient ships from its fleet on an annual basis following two recent transactions. Carnival announced earlier in the week the P&O Adonia has been sold to Azamara for a March 2018 delivery. The Adonia joins the neoClassica, whichContinue reading “Carnival Corp: On Track to Slowly Remove Older Ships”

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Cruise & Maritime Voyages adds new vessel to fleet

The 600-passenger ship Astor has been acquired by Cruise & Maritime Voyages. The vessel, which was built in 1986, was refurbished four years ago and has been bought from bankrupt German owner, Premicon Hochseekreuzfahrt. CMV, which had been chartering the 21,000 tonne vessel, is reported to be in the final negotiations of the purchase agreement.Continue reading “Cruise & Maritime Voyages adds new vessel to fleet”

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