Le Havre Planning More Cruise Terminals

Le Havre is expecting 140 cruise calls this year and 420,000 cruise passengers, said Jean-Baptiste Gastinne, president of Le Havre Cruise Club. Those numbers are up from last year and include 40 turnarounds, made up of 22 calls by the MSC Magnifica, 12 from the Royal Princess, as well as turns from Costa Cruises andContinue reading “Le Havre Planning More Cruise Terminals”

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Newcastle Terminal Design Unveiled

Newcastle Terminal Design Unveiled The NSW Government and Port of Newcastle have revealed the design of the new Newcastle Cruise Terminal which will transform the cruise passenger experience in Newcastle, according to a prepared statement. The purpose-built facility will cover approximately 3,000 square meters and will include facilities for passenger drop-off and pick up, coachContinue reading “Newcastle Terminal Design Unveiled”

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Puerto Vallarta’s Changing the Cruise-port Game

PHOTO: Cruise ship docked in Puerto Vallarta. (photo via Flickr/Brian Holsclaw) Puerto Vallarta has long been known as the smiling face of Mexico’s friendly coast. Nonetheless, increased tourism demand and destination competition have prompted this bastion of traditional, authentic Mexico to undergo a critical upgrade and modernization. In 2015, the Mexican government announced an audacious three-part plan for PuertoContinue reading “Puerto Vallarta’s Changing the Cruise-port Game”

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